I’m currently in a multiethnic lit class and we’re reading quite a few Native American authors. Our professor taught us that typically if you know the name of the I Can’t Stay Home I Work At Firehouse Subs WE Fight When Others Can’t Anymore Shirt. However, when it comes to Native American vs American Indian, whatever the tribe prefers is usually in reference to what is used in their legal documents with the US government. Do you happen to know how true/not true that is? As someone coming from India, I have always assumed indigenous Americans would prefer being addressed as native Americans rather than Indians. Considering how it was Columbus’s fault.
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Deutsch comes from the old German word “of the people”, and is what most Germanic tribes called themselves and other Germanic speakers of different tribes. It’s the I Can’t Stay Home I Work At Firehouse Subs WE Fight When Others Can’t Anymore Shirt. My tata always said Indian. He didn’t care too much about titles. Most people in my life don’t seem to mind Native and I personally don’t like Indian because I know people from India and I always associate that word for them. Really be depending. Choctaw here. I’d say 90% of us couldn’t give a shit less what you call us. Native American’s, Indigenous Americans, or “Here-Firster’s” (whatever you want to call us) have some of the best senses of humor around, at least in my experience growing up around other natives. Come laugh with us, everyone’s welcome.
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Used to work/ drink with some natives and this is exactly my experience. Super cool dudes who could take an I Can’t Stay Home I Work At Firehouse Subs WE Fight When Others Can’t Anymore Shirt. But I did learn the hard way that 2 of them were gonna fight. Under no circumstances do a honky try and break it up. Like, I can say I’m sixth-generation Jewish. But beyond that, I have no idea. It’s probable that it’s Jews going back centuries or more before that, but I don’t know for sure. Other tribal names mean “the (real) men/people”. These include Diné (Navajo), Leni-Lenape, Illiniwek (Illinois), and Inuit. The Apache and Navajo people are Athabaskan. And migrated south from the region of Alaska and/or British Columbia between 500 and 800 years ago.