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Uof U Approved T Shirts 06 Nov08

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Uof U Approved T Shirts 06 Nov08

  1. 1. November 6, 2008—University of Utah Union Patio Vendor selling t-shirts before NCAA sanctioned and Mountain West Conference football game. Photo by: D.A. Yazzie November 6, 2008—University of Utah Union Patio Close up picture of University approved t-shirt Photo by: D.A. Yazzie
  2. 2. November 6, 2008—University of Utah Union Patio Picture of U of U shirts for sale 1 for $ 15 and 2 for $25. Photo by: D.A. Yazzie November 6, 2008—University of Utah Union Patio Picture of the back side of the U of U shirt Photo by: D.A. Yazzie
  3. 3. November 6, 2008—University of Utah Union Patio Close up picture of University approved t-shirt depicting a “big nosed Ute brave with traditional headdress turning a skewer with a horned frog/toad over an open fire.” Photo by: Jared Walking Eagle November 6, 2008—University of Utah Union Patio University of Utah Graduate Student Debra Yazzie is asking fellow University student to stop selling the offensive and disrespectful University approved t-shirts. Photo by: Jared Walking Eagle
  4. 4. November 6, 2008—University of Utah Union Patio University of Utah’s Ute Brave statue outside of Union near area of offensive and disrespectful t-shirts were being sold. Photo by: Jared Walking Eagle November 6, 2008—University of Utah Union Patio Two unidentified vendors wearing the University approved t-shirts showing a “thumbs up” to the t-shirts being sold. Photo by: Jared Walking Eagle
  5. 5. November 6, 2008—University of Utah Union Patio Vendor booth selling University approved t-shirts which are offensive and disrespectful to some Ameri- can Indians and their cultural teachings. Photo by: D.A.Yazzie

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