Cleveland’s Major League Baseball team has decided to change its controversial nickname, moving away from the Indians moniker it has used since 1915, the New York Times reported.

After months of internal discussion prompted by public pressure and a national movement to remove inappropriate names and symbols, Cleveland will remove the “Indians” moniker many consider racist.

It is not immediately clear what Cleveland’s exact steps will be beyond dropping the Indians name but Cleveland could announce its plans as soon as this week, according to the three people who spoke to the Times on condition of anonymity because they were not authorized to speak publicly on the matter.