Sports Teams Counterpoint

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Professional Sport Teams Against The Cultures “The Counterpoint: Native American -Themed Sports Teams Represent The History and Traditions of the Areas They Represent, and Changing Names Does a Disservice the Community” by Michael Auerbach has a stronger argument than “The point: Native American -Themed Sports Teams Represent The History and Traditions of the Areas They Represent, and Changing Names Does a Disservice the Community” because the Auerbach article has more evidence and facts than the point article. First, the counterpoint article have the fact that strongly support the sports team that honor those tribes/cultures. Second the counterpoint article proves that it will cost a lot of money for those teams that have to change their…show more content…
A fifty-foot statue of the native American leader stands in one community in Illinois and the team owners and organization recently contributed heavily to its renovation. Put simply, while some activists claim Native American themed teams are culturally ignorant, in this case, it is the activists themselves who are ignorant. This quote states that people try their best to honor those who made an impact in the world and people still state negative things about these professional sports that honor cultures. The point article declares that professional teams condone mockery and stereotyping which is not true.
To conclude this essay, The counterpoint article is more powerful than the point article because of the facts,evidence, and the statement it makes.It strongly supports the professional sports teams that process respected for these cultures.Next, it verity that it will cost a lot of money for these teams to change their team name. Last but not least, the article shows that sport teams do not stereotype against these cultures, but is a privilege to have their
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