Native American, except for all Native Americans other than the Inuit (also known as the Eskimo), does not refer to a single ethnic group or race. Indians are found in countries of South America and North America. There are hundreds of languages spoken by them, generally referred to as Indian or Native American languages. There is no recognized classification of Indian ethnic groups and their divisions.
In the 16th century, European settlers to the Americas enslaved and even slaughtered the Indians. There are about 30 million Indians in the 21st century, and the descendants of the mixed-race Mestisso are mostly descendants of male colonists and local women. In the United States, Indians account for only about 1.2% of the country’s total population.
Johnny Depp played “Captain Jack” in the Disney movie “Pirates of the Caribbean” and won the Oscar for best Actor nomination for the first time. He has been proud of his Native American blood all his life, and his first tattoo on his arm is to commemorate the identity of Native American.