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Could Jeep Cherokee Be Next to Rebrand as Tribe Calls for Change?

The Cherokee Nation, a sovereign tribal government in Oklahoma, has asked automaker Jeep to rebrand the SUV models that have used its name for more than 40 years. Car and Driver magazine was first to report the news, quoting Chuck Hoskin Jr., principal chief of the Cherokee Nation, as Jeep prepares to launch the 2022...
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The Cherokee Nation wants Jeep to stop using its name on the popular 45-year-old vehicle

Relations between Native American tribes and corporate imagery depicting the people has shifted dramatically in the past few years. Jeep The Cherokee Nation wants Jeep to stop using the tribe's name, which the brand has used since 1975. Chief Chuck Hoskin Jr. says he anticipates "further discussions" over a potential rebranding. Hoskin told Insider, "Our names were carefully selected by our ancestors before written history." Visit the Business section of Insider for more stories. The Che...
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Cherokee Nation Leader Suggest Jeep Reconsider SUV Names

The Cherokee Nation has requested that Jeep change the name of some of its vehicles. While you can probably guess which ones are causing offense, it should be stated that the automaker has been utilizing the Cherokee name to evoke a sense of power and natural harmony for over 45 years. But nobody is going […] The post Cherokee Nation Leader Suggest Jeep Reconsider SUV Names appeared first on The Truth About Cars.
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Cherokee Nation Leader Suggests Jeep Reconsider SUV Names

The Cherokee Nation has requested that Jeep change the name of some of its vehicles. While you can probably guess which ones are causing offense, it should be stated that the automaker has been utilizing the Cherokee name to evoke a sense of power and natural harmony for over 45 years. But nobody is going […] The post Cherokee Nation Leader Suggests Jeep Reconsider SUV Names appeared first on The Truth About Cars.
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Jeep Cherokee, Grand Cherokee face scrutiny: Cherokee Nation chief says SUVs do 'not honor us'

The principal chief of the Cherokee Nation says the Jeep Cherokee and Jeep Grand Cherokee SUVs "do not honor us."       [Author: Detroit Free Press]
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Cherokee Nation chief to Jeep: Stop using tribe’s name

Chuck Hoskin Jr., principal chief of the Cherokee Nation, said "our proud name should not be a corporate marketing tool."
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Cherokee Nation wants to reclaim name from Jeep, and Spotify builds ad network: Tuesday Wake-Up Call

Welcome to Ad Age’s Wake-Up Call, our daily roundup of advertising, marketing, media and digital news. If you're reading this online or in a forwarded email, here's the link to sign up for our Wake-Up Call newsletters. Cherokee Nation takes stand The Cherokee Nation, which has felt co-opted by corporate branding, is out to reclaim its heritage, requesting that Jeep and other automakers retire names of vehicles that borrow from Native American ancestry. Je...
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Time for Jeep to stop using Cherokee as a vehicle name, tribe's chief says

Chuck Hoskin of the Cherokee Nation says company ‘does not honor us by having our name plastered on a car’It is time for Jeep to stop using the Cherokee Nation’s name on its Cherokee and Grand Cherokee SUVs, the chief of the Oklahoma-based tribe has said.Chief Chuck Hoskin Jr said in a statement, which was first reported by Car & Driver magazine, that he believes corporations and sports teams should stop using Native American names, images and mascots as nicknames or on their products. Continue ...
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Jeep pushed to retire Cherokee name from SUVs

The chief of the Cherokee Nation says 'it's time' for corporations to stop using native American names.
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Chief of Cherokee Nation: Jeep is wrong to use our name

Chuck Hoskin, Jr., principal chief of the Cherokee Nation, says Jeep should stop using the name "Cherokee" on the company's SUVs. Jeep...
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Cherokee Nation wants Jeep to stop using its name

The head of the Cherokee Nation said the tribal government doesn't think slapping its name on the side of a vehicle is the best way to honor them. The tribe and the automaker will engage in a dialogue.
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Cherokee Nation Wants Jeep To Stop Using Tribe’s Name On SUVs

The principal chief of Cherokee Nation said "it does not honor us by having our name plastered on the side of a car."
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Cherokee Chief: Time for Jeep to End Use of Tribe's Name

The chief of the Cherokee Nation says it's time for auto maker Jeep to stop using the tribe's name on its Cherokee and Grand Cherokee models.
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Cherokee Nation leader says Jeep model 'does not honor us'

The leader of Oklahoma’s Cherokee Nation wants Jeep to stop using the tribe’s name on its SUVs. Chuck Hoskin Jr., principal chief of the...
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Cherokee Nation chief: Our name should not be used on Jeep SUVs

The principal chief of the Cherokee Nation tells a magazine that having the Cherokee name "plastered on the side of a car" is no honor.
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Chief of Cherokee Nation wants Jeep to stop using tribe's name on SUVs

Jeep started using the Cherokee name more than 45 years ago, including currently on the brand's top-selling Grand Cherokee as well as a...
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Cherokee Nation asks Jeep to drop the name

The Cherokee Nation does not feel having a Jeep named after it is appropriate and has asked the car company stop. Car and Driver: "I'm sure this comes from a place that is well-intended, but it does not honor us by having our name plastered on the side of a car," Chuck Hoskin, Jr. — Read the rest
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Chief of Cherokee Nation asks Jeep to stop using tribe's name

The principal chief of the Cherokee Nation has asked Jeep to stop using the tribe's name on its SUVs.
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Cherokee Nation says Jeep should stop using its name on SUVs

Chuck Hoskin, Jr., principal chief of the Cherokee Nation, says "it's time" for Jeep to stop using the nation's name on its vehicles.
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Women reflect on the historic moment Kamala Harris took the oath of office as the first Black, Asian-American and female US vice president

Kamala Harris is sworn in as vice president by Supreme Court Justice Sonia Sotomayor. Saul Loeb/Pool Photo via AP On January 20, Kamala Harris did what no woman before her had done: she put her hand on a bible and took the oath of office to serve as vice president of the United States.For millions of people across the US, Harris' moment at the inauguration felt like the beginning of a new chapter in American history. Harris is not just the first woman, but also the first Black and first Sou...
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Cannabis, Lies and Foreign Cash: A Mother and Daughter’s Journey Through the Underground Mask Trade

This story first appeared at ProPublica. ProPublica is a Pulitzer Prize-winning investigative newsroom. Sign up for The Big Story newsletter to receive stories like this one in your inbox. In late April, as an escalating pandemic shut down most of the country and the federal government shelled out billions of dollars to untested contractors for protective masks, Juanita Ramos got a call from a friend in the marijuana business. Her friend and some other ganjapreneurs were buzzing over a potenti...
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Expanding the Cast of Constitutional Actors

For the Symposium on Gerald Leonard and Saul Cornell, The Partisan Republic: Democracy, Exclusion, and the Fall of the Founders' Constitution, 1780s-1830s (Cambridge University Press, 2019). Gregory Ablavsky In their new book The Partisan Republic, Gerry Leonard and Saul Cornell offer an impressive model for how to do large-scale synthetic constitutional history that speaks to both historians and lawyers.  From my perspective, their most admirable commitment is methodological.  Their book de...
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Seven women who changed social work forever

We celebrate National Professional Social Work Month each March. The theme for Social Work Month in 2020 is Generations Strong. This is a great opportunity to look at the lives of pivotal figures in the history of social work and social welfare. The seven women discussed below made important contributions to people’s lives and to social work as a profession. Their lives also reflect environmental assaults, such as socioeconomic disenfranchisement, racism, sexism, classism, and other toxic issues...
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We Designed 100 New Covers For TIME’s Women of The Year Project. Here Are the Stories Behind Them

To mark the role of the 100 Women of the Year in history, we embarked on something historic of our own: creating a TIME cover to recognize each of them. From charcoal portraits to a three-dimensional paper sculpture, from photo collages to fine-art paintings, from wooden sculptures to a quilted fabric image, the art we commissioned reflects the breadth of the 100 choices. Regardless of style, our aim was to find compelling pairings of artist and subject. The project selected a woman o...
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Warren still dogged by past claims of indigenous ancestry

Cherokee citizens are calling on Elizabeth Warren to publicly disavow a family story of indigenous heritage as a way to dissuade others from making false claims they say often romanticize Native Americans. The topic has haunted the Massachusetts senator since even before she announced she would seek the Democratic nomination for president, despite Warren repeatedly apologizing for identifying as Native American in the past and for submitting a DNA test to back up what she heard growing up. Josep...
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Warren thanks Cherokee Nation citizens for holding her 'accountable' for falsely identifying as Native American

Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.) again apologized Wednesday for previously incorrectly claiming tribal heritage and releasing DNA results that claimed to reveal she had Native American ancestry. The most recent apology was in response to a letter from several members of the Cherokee Nation, as well as members of other tribes standing in solidarity, calling on her to go beyond acknowledging her mistakes and do her part to dispel beliefs spread by white people claiming Native heritage.The letter as...
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The Cherokee Nation Becomes First US Tribe to Store Seeds in Svalbard Doomsday Vault

Tuesday marks a milestone for indigenous farming. A collection of Cherokee traditional seeds has reached the Arctic Circle to be preserved in the world biggest seed bank, after a 4,147 miles (6,674 kilometer) journey.Read more...
Tags: Science, Arctic Circle, Seeds, Svalbard Global Seed Vault, Cherokee Nation, Indigenous Knowledge, Svalbard Doomsday Vault


Sharing knowledge this Native American Heritage Month

I am a proud tribal member of Doyon, one of the 12 Alaska Native regional corporations. Unlike the “lower 48” states, Alaskan Native tribes are organized as incorporated entities. My family has lived and fished in Alaska for generations; we have a fish camp on the Yukon River where we come together every summer to live off the land, with no running water, no electricity and no access except by boat. Growing up each summer on the Yukon has taught me the importance of knowledge sharing—passing tra...
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Blankfein and Cooperman Strike Back at Warren Over Her New Ad

(Bloomberg) -- Billionaires Lloyd Blankfein and Leon Cooperman, both targets of Elizabeth Warren’s new campaign ad, struck back on Thursday.Blankfein, who ran Goldman Sachs Group Inc. until last year, said on Twitter that vilifying the rich is bad for the U.S.“Maybe tribalism is just in her DNA,” he wrote. Blankfein didn’t return a message asking if that was a reference to the genealogy test she took to prove she’s part Native American. She apologized to the Cherokee Nation this year.On CNBC, Co...
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Warren Deletes Infamous DNA Test Tweet One Year After Reveal

Senator Elizabeth Warren (D., Mass.) deleted from her Twitter and YouTube accounts a now-infamous video announcing the results of her DNA test on Wednesday, one year after its initial unveiling was met with heavy bipartisan criticism.A story titled “Happy Anniversary to Elizabeth Warren’s DNA Test!” by Jim Treacher, a columnist at PJ Media, revisited the reveal by Warren on Tuesday, a year to the day after the initial video was posted. Treacher then later went to look for the tweet, but found it...
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