Sunday, November 20, 2016

Kansas City Chiefs Celebrate Native American Culture Despite Disparaging Iconography

Halftime link for a close game at the half and just a quick celebration of diversity on game day . . . "Creg Hart, a Cheyenne spiritual leader, performed the Blessing of the Four Directions, and Cheyenne ceremonial leader George Curtis Levi performed a blessing ceremony and honor song."

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Chiefs working with Native American group on team traditions

10 Comments:

Anonymous said...

Are they going to be opening a casino inside Arrowhead?

Anonymous said...

I hope they have some squaws to replace those homely ass KC Cheerleaders

Anonymous said...

^^^ Lulz.

Anonymous said...

On Thanksgiving we celebrate the Donner Party who left Kansas Cityq in the the summer of 1849.

Bob said...

Do the tradition where the tribe pokes pine splinters all over a captured enemy and lights them on fire. That would make a great halftime show.

Anonymous said...

That was after the Puritans settled here.

Anonymous said...

Maybe they should think about a QB instead of PC.

Prince Albert in a can said...

I see what you did there and it's f-in hilarious.

Anonymous said...

I don't know why we give Injuns the time of day. They lost after all because they weren't smart enough to defeat the white man.

SOUND FAMILIAR, NEGROES?

Anonymous said...

Chiefs fans are racist dillweeds like this asshole ^^^^ That's why the team has only won a single playoff game in 30 years.

Good luck with that!