Madison School Board Votes to Erase Native Americans from Wisconsin’s Heritage

How about the Madison School Board can mind it’s own business?

The Madison School Board called on Monday for Wisconsin schools to stop using Native American mascots, nicknames, symbols, logos and images.

The board unanimously passed a resolution that asks for the state association which represents school boards to lobby for legislation that would end the use of the nicknames and logos. The resolution originated from the Wausau School Board, which has also unanimously approved it, Tricia Zunker, the president of the northern Wisconsin city’s school board, said at the meeting.

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