Md. school board bans use of Indian mascots
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THURSDAY, MAY 15, 2003

The Montgomery County Board of Education in Maryland has banned the use of Indians in school mascots, logos, team names and chants.

The school board approved the policy this week. It encourages schools and school representations to be gender-neutral and free of bias.

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