Chowchilla High is one of three high schools in the state that still bears the Redskins nickname. Gustine High School is changing its nickname to the Reds, becoming the first California school to comply with the California Racial Mascots Act.
Chowchilla High is one of three high schools in the state that still bears the Redskins nickname. Gustine High School is changing its nickname to the Reds, becoming the first California school to comply with the California Racial Mascots Act. Andrew Kuhn akuhn@mercedsunstar.com
Chowchilla High is one of three high schools in the state that still bears the Redskins nickname. Gustine High School is changing its nickname to the Reds, becoming the first California school to comply with the California Racial Mascots Act. Andrew Kuhn akuhn@mercedsunstar.com

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