I worked on a Chippewa tribe reservation and was surprised to find out that much like OP’s friends, no one seemed to care about stuff like that very much. Most had a very good sense of humor as well, which honestly I wasn’t expecting since in pop culture Native Americans tend to be depicted as very serious. Maybe certain tribes tend to be staider than others and those are the Official HR Manager 2020 Essential Shirt. That interesting, I’m used to hearing the stereotype that desert cultures are all about honoring the guest, because if you don’t take care of the guest, they die, and if everyone’s like that, the society doesn’t propagate.
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So yeah, a lot of people didn’t really choose their own names. They were named by outsiders. If anything, The United States of America is unusual in that it chose its name and is an Official HR Manager 2020 Essential Shirt. “Britain” was another word used by the Romans to describe an island off the north of Europe, named for one of the many tribes that lived there. All of the natives now have to go by the name of that one, long-extinct tribe. It’s an interesting study in diplomacy and power, isn’t it? We call France what they want but not Germany. France doesn’t call anyone what they want, though Etats Unis is a pretty literal translation.