- Atlanta Journal-Constitution Photographs
- American Indians protesting the Atlanta Braves professional baseball team's use of the Native-American term for warriors ("braves") in the team's name, Atlanta, Georgia, April 1993.
- Atlanta Journal-Constitution
- Contributor to Resource:
- Newton, Jonathan, 1959-
- Date of Original:
- Indians of North America
Atlanta Braves (Baseball team)
- United States, Georgia, Fulton County, 33.79025, -84.46702
United States, Georgia, Fulton County, Atlanta, 33.749, -84.38798
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- Photographic print; assignment sheet attached to verso of print identifies the photographer (Jonathan Newton) and gives caption information: "Braves vs Dodgers; home openers. 'Storm' (L) and 'Lone Wolf' demonstrate outside the stadium before the game." Newspaper caption attached to verso: "The Indian protesters were back, but the Braves again said they will not change their name or logo." Caption stamped "Fri Apr 9, 1993 J C." The signs the two protesters are holding read "Stop the chop!" and "No peace for racists!" Native American leaders staged protests in 1991 and 1992 against Braves fans who dressed as Indians and did the "tomahawk chop."
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- Bibliographic Citation (Cite As):
- Cite as: AJCP178-44b, Atlanta Journal Constitution Photographic Archives. Special Collections and Archives, Georgia State University Library.
- Original Collection:
- Atlanta Journal-Constitution Photographic Archive
- Holding Institution:
- Georgia State University. Special Collections