Cafe Press is selling a T-shirt with the image of a white woman in a Native American war bonnet drinking a beer, with the words "My Indian name is Runs-With-Beer."
A complaint to Cafe Press was launched and the shirt temporarily pulled from sale, but it's back again.
Here is the seller's caption: "Girl indian name Shirt
Designer: Hey What's That Say ?!
Product ID: 219368683
Date Created: January 26, 2008 at 6:45 PM
For the GALS who love the suds: My Indian Name is Runs With Beer!"
Racism isn't funny.
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