Jeep Won’t Back Down To Demands Of The Cherokee Nation
And so is that of Jeep, who “respectfully declined” to drop the names. “I thought it was the right move to drop it,” Hoskin said following the most recent talks. “And I think they respectfully declined to take that action. But they also left the door open, I think, for further discussions, and so did we. So I think it was a good discussion in that respect.” In a statement, Jeep made clear it was committed “to a respectful and open dialogue” and said its vehicle names were “carefully chosen and nurtured over the years to honor and celebrate Native American people for their nobility, prowess, and pride.”
Hoskin and the Cherokee Nation appreciate the dialogue with Jeep but see this issue as something much bigger.
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