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Turning Stone Reveals a Massive Expansion Project, “The Next Big Thing,” Central New York's First Luxury Retail Outlet and Multifacited Entertainment Complex
The Oneida Indian Nation today announced a major expansion project that is being developed in partnership with renowned entertainment developer Gordon Group Holdings. The new development at Turning Stone Resort Casino will include a luxury retail outlet, upscale restaurants, a movie theater, high-end bowling alley, and many other exciting entertainment options for guests.
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“Who Will Dan Snyder Bully Next?” Asks New Change the Mascot Ad
Following recent news that Washington NFL team owner Dan Snyder is suing Native Americans opposed to his team’s name, the Change the Mascot campaign has release a new ad asking, “Who will he bully next?” The advertisement comes on the heels of a demonstration against the name in San Francisco this past Sunday, a 4,000 person rally at Washington’s recent game in Minnesota, and just released poll data showing that four out of five Americans are uncomfortable calling a Native American the R-word.
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New Survey Reveals that Four out of Five Americans Would Be Uncomfortable Calling a Native American a “R*dskin”
The Change the Mascot campaign is highlighting nationwide survey results released today by goodness Mfg. and the National Congress of American Indians. This new polling information indicates Americans’ strong disapproval of the R-word, and underscores the vast changes in opinion on this topic since the 10-year old Annenberg survey, which is often cited by the team.
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The Holidays at Turning Stone Resort are Bigger and Better Than Ever With New Events and Non-stop Family Entertainment
Central New York’s Premier Destination Resort Celebrates the Holidays with the Annual Tree Lighting, its Renowned 60 Foot Gingerbread Village, Breakfast with Santa, a Christmas & Crafts Show, and Holiday Performances from Trace Adkins, Benny Mardones, Kenny Rogers, Jim Brickman, and more.
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Change the Mascot Congratulates Native American Activist Suzan Harjo on Selection for the Presidential Medal of Freedom
The Change the Mascot campaign today sends heartfelt congratulations to Suzan Harjo, who is set to receive the Presidential Medal of Freedom, the country’s highest civilian honor. Harjo is the current...
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