Discussion in 'Off-Topic' started by carmen510, Mar 27, 2011.
First Nations, Metis, or Inuit. Depending on the person that is
You're such an anti-racist (you're against races)
I like you. I'd like you even more if you didn't translate the above opinion into being against the idea of hate speech.
Sure it is, because those things do not exist as genetic categories.
I usually refer to them by the specific tribe name if possible. The rest of the time I most often go with Native Americans, unless around someone (like my uncle Alan) who gets offended by political correctness. American Indians is fine too. Amerindians just sounds stupid and pretentious.
This is news to me.
India from Greek: Ἰνδία, "region of the Indus river" or something. That's the general translation, whether or not that's what it means to the peeps on the ground is something else entirely.
I wonder if you two confirmed that a Pakistani living in Pakistan isn't West Pakistani?
There's only a little big shortage in your reasoning. A black man can be born Norwegian without the need to become one. That is all it takes to be Norwegian
Separate names with a comma.