From our WTF? department: Dissident Voice slaps
Money Quote (emphasis ours):
One way to counter the colonial depiction of history is to “always call things by their right name” as enjoined by Philip Deere, a Muskogee-Creek involved with the American Indian Movement. For instance, Hill places British Columbia within quotation marks, thereby questioning the legitimacy and morality of so-naming unceded First Nations territory. 500 Years of Resistance does this unevenly, though; Hill and Ward Churchill in his introduction use inaccurate designations for Indigenous peoples: “American Indian,” “Mohawk” instead of “Kanienkehaka,” “Huron” instead of “Wyandot.”We guess the review's author, Kim Petersen, figures that now that The Perfesser is down, it's safe to start kicking him in the face. You go, girl!*
* Yeah, we know Petersen's a dude. Or, more properly, "a dude."