GREEN BAY - In less than two weeks, the Green Bay Packers will host the Washington Redskins at Lambeau Field.
However, some groups plan to make their presence, and their displeasure with the Redskins name, known to Northeast Wisconsin.
On game day, members of the Wisconsin Indian Education Association Mascot and Logo Taskforce plan to be at Lambeau Field.
Organizers say as the Redskins enter the stadium, there will be signs of displeasure over the team's name and logo.
Leading up to that game, the Oneida Nation in upstate New York says it plans to air ads criticizing the Redskins name in Wisconsin.
The ads will begin airing in Washington, D.C. in advance of Washington's season opening game against the Philadelphia Eagles Monday night.
The ads launch as the Redskins face fresh criticism over the name, with political leaders and pundits calling for a change.
In the first ad, an Oneida Nation representative says the NFL Commissioner should "stand up to bigotry" by denouncing "the racial slur" in the team's name.
"We do not deserve to be called redskins. We deserve to be treated as what we are - Americans," says Ray Halbritter.
In an email to FOX 11, a league spokesman wrote, "We respect that reasonable people may have differing views. The name from its origin has always intended to be positive and has always been used by the team in a highly respectful manner."
A spokesperson for the Redskins told FOX 11 it had no comment on the matter.
The owner of the team, Daniel Snyder, has vowed to never change the name.
Representatives from the Oneida Nation in New York are urging fans to lobby the NFL in support of the name change.
The Packers organization had no comment on the upcoming protest at Lambeau Field.
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