Post Sports Live: Does Snyder’s foundation counteract Redskins’ name backlash?

Congresswoman Betty McCollum and activist Suzan Shown Harjo aren’t impressed by Redskins owner Daniel Snyder’s announcement that he is creating a foundation to benefit Native Americans. Others find it a way to get some positive change out of the difference of opinion on the team’s name.

The Post Sports Live crew tackled Snyder’s announcement of the Washington Redskins Original Americans Foundation, wondering whether the move brings any good will to the team’s owner.

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