Yeah but that's just it. It is not just names it is at times bordering outright abuse. It is their country and all Adam Goodes is arguing for is that they are truly recognised as the first people of Australia, and to be respected. Indigenous people do not have to justify their existance, the trouble is some, of whom may never Interact with Indginous people think they should.
Genuine Aboriginal people (and I know many) do not care about land rights etc and will happily co-exist with those of other races that show them proper respect, just as they have co-existed with the native wildlife for thousand of years.
You say it is their country, but is it really? All the land belongs to the one who created it. Humans (and animals) are just tenants. Again, genuine aboriginal people recognise this fact.
Those "aboriginal" people who bang on about land rights etc are (mostly) not much more aboriginal than I am (I was born in the UK, heritage largely unknown). They have been schooled to believe that they have certain rights because of a small part of their heritage. All this has happened in relatively recent times.
I agree that Aboriginal people were treated very badly by those that came to this country and for a very long time thereafter, but that doesn't absolve them (the Aboriginal people) of all responsibility for their actions. Yes, people in general are racist, look at how the British treated the dark skinned people who came to live in the UK several decades ago. Many of the older British people are still the same. The same applies in other parts of the world too. I'm not saying it is right, just that it isn't limited to the way Aboriginal people were/are treated.
How many people do you hear telling racist jokes? There was an Englishman, and American and an Irishman... etc... Most of us have done it, I know I have!