One need look no further than the logo of the Chicago White Sox to know how far we've yet to come in race relations in this country:<br><br><img src=http://home.earthlink.net/~imagebarn/images/sox.gif><br><br>Why is the hat black, yet the lettering white? It's obvious that that subliminal sports marketing is at work: by calling the team the White Sox, it is programming the public to believe that white people are better than black people. <br><br>What's next? Fried chicken, watermelon and Now or Laters being served at the concession stands at U.S. Cellular Field?<br><br>It's obvious that the team should be renamed something far less offensive. The Chicago Celery would be a perfect choice:<br><br><img src=http://suzanneh.com/1/picture_dictionary_food/celery.jpg><br><br>
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