Douglas Cardinal Seeks Injunction to Bar Usage of Cleveland's Baseball Team's Racist Name and Logo in Canada

Location & time updated

Canadian architect Douglas Cardinal has filed a lawsuit to immediately bar the usage of racist and discriminatory Cleveland baseball team "Indians" name and "Chief Wahoo" logo in the province of Ontario. The case will be heard by the Ontario Superior Court on Monday, October 17th in Toronto, prior to Game 3 of the American League Championship Series. Mr. Cardinal is seeking injunctive relief for Monday night's game on behalf of Indigenous Peoples and asks for the immediate ban on the name and use of logo and modification of Cleveland's uniforms.

What:

Court hearing to bar usage of Cleveland baseball team name and logo

Who:

Representative of Douglas Cardinal, Architect and Activist for Indigenous Peoples

When:

Monday, October 17th at 1:00 p.m. EDT

Where:

The Superior Court of Justice, Courtroom Number 8-4

330 University Ave, Toronto, Ontario M5G 1R7

 

For more information, contact James Fuller at 240-393-1369 or Joe Householder at 202-465-6707.

/PRNewswire -- Oct. 17, 2016/

 

SOURCE Douglas Cardinal Architect


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