I agree too.
Run across are sometimes are very intoxicated and intimidating. Wonen coming up to me and wanting smokes. When I say I have none they try to bully me and keep bugging. A girl the other night shoved her chest in my face and looked me up and down til I got away from her. I wouldn't want those women making any real decisions. Another sat beside me on the bus, cursed and swore stinkin of stale alcohol and tellin me how her dad is raisin her 4 kids.... why are they like this in edmonton?
I am really confused on this. I have native blod but am not full native. I am new to edmonton and am finding the natives I have
I dedicate this pledge to my good friend Irina Pantaeva.
lets unite as aboriginals and fight for the our rights as first nations people....
we has first nations all over canada and the world should stand up with our heads held high as we have every right as first nations but as human beings too we take te stand we become a stronger nation!
I took the pledge.We need to get an Twitter or Pinterest page to spread the news too!
I dedicate my pledge to my lost indian daughter of my spirit - Red, who is from a Canadian tribe. She is lost in the white mans drugs and her sweet chidren never get to come and visit with their white grandma anymore. Cheyenne, Chayton [little bear]. What a beautiful and proud Indian Woman you use to be Red. My "Woman Who Weeps" spirit mask proudly wears your beautifil lock of hair and cryies for your loss. I sing my "Weeping Song" to you and so many like you who are also lost.
done, and sent out invites as well.
Please take the pledge , it's important!