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kevin1080123 kevin1080123 18-21, M 8 Answers Jan 8, 2013 in Community

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Depends on your definition of "Native American". I was born here, so I consider myself a native American. If you mean American Indians, yes, I think, but not as heavy as whites of blacks. But it might depend on the tribe and its origin.

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Now when you say American Indian do you mean people from India who have come to America?

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No, from everything I've read and heard, I mean the people who were here prior to Columbus and they laugh at the phrase "Native American"; "Indian" is generally fine with them, though they see themselves most often as members of individual tribes, not as a single group.

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From what I've seen, Native Americans generally do not grow much facial hair or body hair, whereas being Hispanic, my mustache and goatee grow back in like a week shortly after shaving.

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They did . But mel Gibson made them shave for the shoot. ( Apocalypto).

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some do some don't its a looks thing with everyone

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Whoooooa I've never noticed that I've never seen a Native American with a beard before. Weiiiiird.

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