It is time to #ChangeTheName and get rid of the Native Cultural Appropriation KC Football Team if you want to know why there are plenty of links here to educate you

Not In Our Honor Mentioned in National Congress of American Indians Resolution

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Debate About the Chiefs’ name, and it’s ties to Native Americans, Rages On and Here is Why

November 2021 Native American Heritage Month Statement

November 1, 2021 A joint resolution by Congress in 1990 led to the passage of Public Law No: 101-343 and the Proclamation of National Native American Heritage Month.  The resolution stated that members of the Senate and House of Representatives believed the proclamation of National Native American Heritage Month could “encourage activities which provide positiveContinue reading “November 2021 Native American Heritage Month Statement”

Statement on the Airplane Banner Flyover during the Kansas City vs Tennessee Titans Game

October 24, 2021 Not In Our Honor is responsible for taking our message “Change the Name, Stop the Chop”  to Nashville to protest the continuation of Institutional Racism in the NFL generally and the Kansas City franchise specifically.   We also continue our billboard campaign in the KC metro area and an online petition atContinue reading “Statement on the Airplane Banner Flyover during the Kansas City vs Tennessee Titans Game”

Not In Our Honor 2021 Continuing to Protest the KC football Name

September 10, 2021 Statement to Kansas City Football Team from Not In Our Honor 2021 Not in Our Honor is a coalition of local Native American leaders and American Indian organizations in the Kansas City metropolitan area who have been speaking out against the use of Native American stereotypes and misappropriation of Native American culture.Continue reading “Not In Our Honor 2021 Continuing to Protest the KC football Name”

Letters in Support of Not In Our Honor

“I understand that my requests may seem to be daunting, but as our nation works to address systemic racism, it is imperative that Kansas City’s NFL franchise is on the right side of history.”

Alexander D. Davis