The leader of the Oneida Indian Nation is going to the United Nations today to complain about the name of the Washington Redskins football team.

The leader, Ray Halbritter, is a vocal critic of the name “Redskins,” which he says is racially offensive, and will be meeting with an Assistant Secretary-General at the United Nations headquarters in Manhattan, N.Y. according to CBS Washington.

The owner of the Redskins, Dan Snyder, says the name won’t be changed, calling it a “badge of honor.”

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