Follow the links if you want to read all the exchanges. Otherwise, here are her latest comments and my responses:
Meanwhile, this blog continues to analyze racism and stereotyping in the media--including Redskin magazine, with its ethnic slur of a title. I suspect it'll be going long after your magazine is defunct.
If you don't call "Why can't people just be supportive?" and "Thank you for mentioning me in your blog" examples of seeking Yeagley's support, that's your problem. Any rational person would agree that you were indeed seeking his support.
On to Redskin magazine
Simply express the word to your elders just like you're expressing it to all the Indians you want to buy your magazine. In fact, your elders are potential readers, so show them the magazine. If you're too cowardly to call them "redskins" to their face, point to the title and say, "This is you, Grandfather and Grandmother. You're one of the redskins we're referring to."
As you did in Redskin Writer Ducks Challenge, you've proved my point. You're a hypocrite who doesn't believe what she's saying. As long as Redskin magazine helps you personally, you're happy to profit from people's pain. As long as your magazine title is "cool and hip," you don't care who it hurts.
Repeat: Title, not content. Say it with me so I know you can understand plain English. Prove you're not as obtuse as you seem.
Yeagley the Indian apple
With your bragging about your right to use the ethnic slur "Redskin" as your magazine title, I'd say you're lacking in humility and respect. With your omission of the history of the word "redskin" and Yeagley's anti-Indian prejudice, I'd say you're lacking in truthfulness. Next time, try addressing these points rather than ducking and dodging them. Then maybe you'll come slightly closer to achieving your Ojibway ideals.
Sheena weasels out again
While you're at it, stop telling us every six months how you don't care if I criticize you and your magazine. With your postings on my site and Yeagley's, you obviously do care.
Here's a clue for you: Next time you want to convince us you're "content," do something other than posting a seventeen-paragraph response. Because that only makes you look desperately discontent.
Any questions? If not, see you in a few months, when you again duck my questions and write a long response telling us how much they don't bother you.