All right, we have Arizon and New Mexico covered then, if you say so.
How about the rest of continental America?
Are you saying that each and every tribe from sea to sea, north to south, in each and every what we know today as states had someone who was enslaved by some white population? Which white population? Spain? Americans? French? British?
Anyway, are the people you're speaking of supposed to go to the government of Spain for their reparations? Did Spain enslave/harm people of tribes living in todays New Hampshire, Vermont or Washington State?
Should one NA tribe that regularly kidnapped, maimed and tortured and enslaved members of another tribe for centuries pay retribution to them today?
What about NA tribes that enslaved people from Africa, or their ancestors? What do they owe their ancestors?
Show your data where people from each and every tribe were made slaves by people whose anscestors are now white citizens of the United States.
A NA from let's say Arizon culturally has as much in common culturally with an NA from Quebec or Rhode Island or South Florida as I have with someone in Japan or Afganistan.
Personally, I think it's disrespectful to just lump them all together. Same as talking like a black person raised in San Diego has much in common with a black person from Haiti or the Gold Coast, or even Michigan.
I certainly don't want to be lumped in with the people born in a particular country in Europe where my ancestors were from. Who, btw, were I'm sure enslaved (in so many words) at one time or another by different countries around them.