Under a new law, California schools will have to drop the term Redskins for sports teams or mascots.
The law, known as the California Racial Mascots Act, says that a "racially derogatory" and "discriminatory term" goes against the mission of providing an equal education for all.
One of the schools that currently uses the term is Tulare Union High School. Sarah Koligian, superintendent of Tulare Joint High School District, joined the show with more.
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