There's already a movement. It's called "awareness." I'm aware that Native Americans, and people from the Indian subcontinent both don't like people misapplying the term to them. So, I don't misapply the term. It's really super easy to do. It's just a matter of not doing something wrong. I mean, ultimately the term is incorrect, so there's literally no reason to not to bother getting it right, unless you're a stubborn racist who is just sticking with the term because they don't like people telling them they're wrong. Especially when they're wrong.
All you're doing is demonstrating your shocking degree of lack of social awareness, and it's your own responsibility to fix it. You're just one of those people that ends up wondering why their grandkids cringe every time they speak.
Define terrible owner. Often there is misalignment between the owner's version of success and the fan's version (eg. the Hornets). I would imagine to Tepper, he's doing just fine; profitable team, having fun, and part of a very exclusive club. He's taking big risks with his new regime and time will tell whether it will work or not, but they're his to take. We're merely consumers of a product. We either keep buying or not.