When Kansas City returned to the Super Bowl on February 11, a group of Native people returned their protest against the continued use of the “Chiefs” and behavior by its fans. Nearly 30 people held signs that read “Kansas City – Promoting Harmful Stereotypes Since 1963 – Change the Name,” “Stop the Chop,” and “Change the Name and Stop the Chop!” near one of the entrances to Allegiant Stadium in Las Vegas, where National Football League teams Kansas City Chiefs and San Francisco 49ers played in Super Bowl LVIII.