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Army Football Removes Longtime Slogan After Being Told of White Supremacist Ties

Army Football Removes Longtime Slogan After Being Told of White Supremacist Ties

Army’s football team is looking for a new slogan now that West Point officials have found the team’s most recent one had its roots in white supremacy. In recent years, the initials “GFBD” have been written on Army’s black skull-and-crossbones flag. The initials stand for “God Forgives, Brothers Don’t,” ESPN reported. The players got the…

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