Atlanta Braves Chop, Why the Tomahawk Chop is offensive

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The Tomahawk Chop is a forwards and backward movement of the arm that fans do with an open palm traditionally done in celebration at Atlanta Braves games.
The Primary Chief of the Eastern Band of the Cherokee is talking to Braves about the 'Tomahawk chop' and ways to incorporate Native American culture honorably.

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