thirddeadlysin:

ChangeTheMascot.org:

Watch the #BigGame commercial the NFL would never air. Get involved by contacting the Washington Professional Football Team, the NFL and the Washington Post:

DC Team

@redskins
Facebook.com/redskins
http://www.redskins.com/footer/contac…

Roger Goodell & NFL 

@NFL 
@NFLcommish
https://www.facebook.com/NFL 

Washington Post

DC’s hometown paper is still using the R-word in its coverage of the team.

@WashingtonPost
@PostSports 
https://www.facebook.com/washingtonpost 

Thank you to all of the filmmakers who donated their footage.

(via thirddeadlysin)

Early United States Park Police bicycle patrol?National Mall, 1900s.National Park Service Catalog Number: HPC-001918

Early United States Park Police bicycle patrol?
National Mall, 1900s.
National Park Service Catalog Number: HPC-001918

"H. M. Sarvant with ice axe and rope at top of Gibraltar Rock, summit of Mount Rainier, ca. 1897."
(University of Washington Digital Collections, Henry M. Sarvant Photographs, SAR051.)

"H. M. Sarvant with ice axe and rope at top of Gibraltar Rock, summit of Mount Rainier, ca. 1897."

(University of Washington Digital Collections, Henry M. Sarvant Photographs, SAR051.)

"H. M. Sarvant with climbing equipment on the South Mowich Glacier, northwest slope of Mount Rainier, August 21, 1896."
(University of Washington Digital Collections, Henry M. Sarvant Photographs, SAR111.)

"H. M. Sarvant with climbing equipment on the South Mowich Glacier, northwest slope of Mount Rainier, August 21, 1896."

(University of Washington Digital Collections, Henry M. Sarvant Photographs, SAR111.)

"W. R. Betts at summit of Mount Rainier, ca. 1897."
(University of Washington Digital Collections, Henry M. Sarvant Photographs, SAR053.)

"W. R. Betts at summit of Mount Rainier, ca. 1897."

(University of Washington Digital Collections, Henry M. Sarvant Photographs, SAR053.)

“Whitman College faculty with their bicycles, Walla Walla, Washington, ca. 1892. Left to right seated: Prof. L. Anderson, Prof. Cooper, Prof. W.D. Lyman, President Penrose, Prof. Brown, Bert Thomas. 2nd row: Prof. Bratton, Miss Helen Pepoon, ? , Miss Loomis, Prof. Otto Hauerbach.”
(University of Washington Digital Collections, Washington Localities Collection, WAS1246.)

Whitman College faculty with their bicycles, Walla Walla, Washington, ca. 1892. Left to right seated: Prof. L. Anderson, Prof. Cooper, Prof. W.D. Lyman, President Penrose, Prof. Brown, Bert Thomas. 2nd row: Prof. Bratton, Miss Helen Pepoon, ? , Miss Loomis, Prof. Otto Hauerbach.”

(University of Washington Digital Collections, Washington Localities Collection, WAS1246.)

"Mr. Moran greeting two young men with bicycles, vicinity of Toppenish, October 1920.”
(University of Washington Digital Collections, Washington Localities Collection, WAS1491.)

"Mr. Moran greeting two young men with bicycles, vicinity of Toppenish, October 1920.”

(University of Washington Digital Collections, Washington Localities Collection, WAS1491.)

"Six boys on two bicycles, Seattle, 1937."
(University of Washington Digital Collections, Seattle Post-Intelligencer Photograph Collection, 1986.5.1037.1.)

"Six boys on two bicycles, Seattle, 1937."

(University of Washington Digital Collections, Seattle Post-Intelligencer Photograph Collection, 1986.5.1037.1.)

"Boys with bicycles above Portage Bay, Seattle, ca. 1895. From what is now Interlaken Blvd. toward Portage Bay at left, Montlake, Lk. Wash. in the distance.”
(University of Washington Digital Collections, Museum of History & Industry Photograph Collection, SHS6349.)

"Boys with bicycles above Portage Bay, Seattle, ca. 1895. From what is now Interlaken Blvd. toward Portage Bay at left, Montlake, Lk. Wash. in the distance.”

(University of Washington Digital Collections, Museum of History & Industry Photograph Collection, SHS6349.)

"Men with bicycles, probably on the Olympic Peninsula."
(University of Washington Digital Collections, Clallam County Historical Society Digital Collection, CC0076_59_46_6.)

"Men with bicycles, probably on the Olympic Peninsula."

(University of Washington Digital Collections, Clallam County Historical Society Digital Collection, CC0076_59_46_6.)