today-- ask ANY person who speaks ESPERANTO if they have a membership card to UEA (the World Esperanto Association).
If they do have a membership-- next-- ask nicely--
ask if you can see their card.
Look at it closely.
Notice there is NO English on it at all. It is 100% in Esperanto
DID YOU KNOW?
Esperanto, as a language, has only existed for 128 years.
Today, there are between 100,000 and 2,000,000 people worldwide who fluently or actively speak Esperanto, including perhaps 1,000 native speakers who learned Esperanto from birth.
If the Esperanto folks can use Esperanto- why can't the Cherokee cards be in Cherokee?
Sure, provide English too but put it in Cherokee first.