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A Pennsylvania school board struck down the cancel culture mob by reviving an Indigenous mascot that had been previously removed.
The Southern York County School District removed the Warriors logo in 2021 at Susquehannock High School because of “criticism that it’s outdated and culturally insensitive.”
In response, a group of newly-elected conservative school board members voted in favor of bringing back the historical mascot last week.
All five new school board members hadn’t run for office previously.
“This movement was about erasing Native American culture and I wasn’t about to stand for it,” School Board member Jennifer Henkel said to Fox News Digital.
The hunt to cancel and remove Indigenous-themed mascots has been going on for years.
Now, people are fighting back.
“The SYCSD school board stands as a role model and blueprint for other communities fighting for their Native names and imagery,” the Native American Guardians Association said in a statement.