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This Indigenous Policy Program Lead position for these oil companies keeps popping up, now. I noticed it a few years after Standing Rock. Maybe I missed it before. I know that the oil companies probably keep tabs on all of these forums but I can not give two shi*s anymore. I brought up ENBRIDGE before online and got followed by one of those big ol black pick up trucks with the tinted windows for a bit.
What is this position? With these oil companies. This one was with WOOD up in Alberta Canada. Another with Enbridge in Michigan USA. Oh, it's painted to be a wonderful community relations role. What is this nonsense, fellow agitators?
More Native adjacent than outright Native.
Tawnshi hello everyone!
I learned to drum in high school and it was a wonderful experience for me. My brother was uninterested at the time but has now asked me to teach him how to drum.
My problem is that I was never taught any men's drum songs, not being a man and all, and I was hoping any of you guys knew some I could learn and then teach him!