Iroquois General Manager on Trying to Get to Lacrosse Tournament

Wednesday, July 14, 2010

Ansley Jemison is the general manager of the Iroquois lacrosse team, which is currently stuck in New York due to a dispute over whether they can fly with their tribal passports. Jemison says that the passport issue is important as they are travelling to represent their tribal nation at the tournament and not the U.S. The team is one of the best in the country and is scheduled to play England on Thursday.

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Ansley Jemison

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