Western use of the swastika in the early 20th century
Therefore it is resolved that henceforth from this date on and forever more our tribes renounce the use of the emblem commonly known today as the swastika or fylfot on our blankets, baskets, art objects, sandpainting, and clothing.
These symbols have more negative implications than the Indians' swastika, which didn't have any negative implications until Hitler appropriated it. Yet the whites are much less willing to give up their cherished symbols. Which people are thinking of the greater good and which people are thinking only about themselves?
For more on the subject, see Native Threads Accused of Nazism and Reclaiming the Swastika.
Below: "Group of Dineh Artists Renouncing Use of the Swastika," c. February 28, 1940.