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Banning "Indian costumes" a good first step in fostering comfortable environment

Updated: June 20, 2014, 3:26 PM ET
By Jon Greenberg | ESPNChicago.com

CHICAGO -- Like many 20-somethings in this city, Anthony Roy is a hockey fan. In theory, he's in the perfect demographic for the Chicago Blackhawks. He's 28, a professional and a Canadian-Chicagoan.

"Hockey's in our blood," he said to me in a phone conversation. But as the Blackhawks thrive, the computer programmer from the city and Manitoulin Island can't bring himself to go to the United Center.

"I haven't been to a game in a while," he said. "I'm not really into it lately. ...

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