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NFL's Kansas City Chiefs ban fans from wearing headdresses, "American Indian-Themed Face Paint"

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Published on August 20, 2020 - Duration: 00:23s

NFL's Kansas City Chiefs ban fans from wearing headdresses, "American Indian-Themed Face Paint"

ATTENTION EDITORS: RESENDING WITH COMPLETE SCRIPT VIDEO SHOWS: STILL PHOTOS OF KANSAS CITY CHIEFS FANS DRESSED IN NATIVE AMERICAN ATTIRE SHOWS: KANSAS CITY, MISSOURI, UNITED STATES (FILE-SEPTEMBER 29,

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Related news from verified sources

The Kansas City Chiefs will not admit fans to Arrowhead Stadium wearing Indian headdresses or face paint that "references or appropriates American Indian...
on August 20, 2020 • Newsmax

Fans attending Kansas City Chiefs games are now prohibited from wearing headdresses or certain face paint at the stadium, according to a statement from the team.
on August 22, 2020 • Newsmax

The Kansas City Chiefs will prohibit the wearing of Native American headdresses, face paint and clothing at Arrowhead Stadium.
on August 20, 2020 • FOX Sports

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