#DRAFT# English-Language Exonyms and Indigenous Endonyms of Manitoba Indigenous Peoples and Languages

Endonyms are the terms used by people within their own communities. Exonyms are the terms (in this case, English-language) used by outsiders to those communities. Using exonyms are much like calling someone “Susie” when they prefer to be called “Susan” [8] — using endonyms is a step toward showing respect for the identities of community members.

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