WHITESBORO, N.Y. (AP) — A New York village has modified its official seal that was ridiculed by Comedy Central’s “The Day by day Present.”
The Oneida County village of Whitesboro labored with an artwork scholar to exchange the unique forty-yr-previous seal that depicted founder Hugh White wrestling an American Indian.
Meant to commemorate a pleasant wrestling match between White and a member of the native Oneida tribe, the picture appeared to point out a white man choking an Indian.
In January 2016 “The Day by day Present” aired a phase after village residents determined to maintain the normal emblem for its historic worth. After the controversy made nationwide information, village officers stated they might change the seal’s design.
The brand new seal maintains the wrestling match theme however with higher graphics and extra traditionally right apparel for the 2 males engaged within the wrestling match.