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  • Hello from NYC!

    Hello everyone. I am totally new to this posting thing so please forgive my clumsiness while I figure it all out. I am of Dakota/Irish descent living in New York City. The Indian side of my family is from up in Canada but I was born and raised here in NY. I also might have some Cree ancestry but not absolutely sure of this. Is anyone else an Urban NDN here?
    "No snowflake in an avalanche ever feels responsible"
    "You cannot give the people who have wronged you so much power that they take away your dreams"

  • #2
    here here pick me....jk

    lol welcome,.....the whole posting thing is like a fancy email that everyone can see....this is my first forum too!!



    But i promise ill get back to your posts....if i know where there at, (theres so many in here!!)

    i am city raised and hate it
    have always longed to be in the countryside....but then i know id miss the city....

    im just several blocks to the indian mounds here in ohio!!
    newark and heath!! newark ones you cannot see though, rich white ppl are saying they own the area, cause they built a golf club on it before the state recognised it a park, so we are fighting for it hard, slowly but surely....

    all native americans are linked to these mounds.....
    they were built by us for us and for all to see, not just the golfers!! high buck club,....

    but enough of that, i could talk about that all day!

    welcome once again, and to find out about people you can take and click on theyre name and it will tak you to theyre profile, try it on mine if you havent done it yet!!
    In the spirit of Crazy Horse...

    sometimes you have to live life as if what everyone else thinks does not matter, but is still a factor...
    that even though you think you are so lost, you may be found...
    no matter what comes in your life, it will be over come...
    and that the real reason that you live is for love, and finding inner peace...
    live free for what its worth an never let life hold you back from living
    One person can make a difference----lets all of us give it a try.--- john f. Kennedy

    other places u can find me...



    • #3
      i'm not an urban ndn but............

      welcome to

      ...GoT GreaSe?...



      • #4
        I'm not an urban cowboy, but...

        Welcome to the site!

        Why must I feel like that..why must I chase the cat?

        "When I was young man I did some dumb things and the elders would talk to me. Sometimes I listened. Time went by and as I looked around...I was the elder".

        Mr. Rossie Freeman


        • #5
          ,,,I'm not a burbon,,,{oops,, } I mean Urban Ndn either. Yes, I'm new here too, but welcome to a great place. There's so much to do here. Wish I'd found it long ago.


          • #6
            Yup, Welcome to
            R.I.P. my Bros from the 1st MAR DIV, 3rd MAR DIV, 25th I.D., 10th MTN DIV, V Corps, 170th IBCT who gave their lives in the Cold War, Marines we lost in Korea during Team Spirit '89 & Okinawa '89- bodies never recovered, Panama, 1st Gulf War, Somalia, Afghanistan, Iraq...


            • #7
              hello there, just wanted to stop by and say

              welcome to the site,
              hope you have some fun


              • #8
                Thank you for the warm welcomes!
                "No snowflake in an avalanche ever feels responsible"
                "You cannot give the people who have wronged you so much power that they take away your dreams"


                • #9
                  XSorry im late!!!But welcome and enjoy..
                  keep what you got
                  by givin' it all away
                  remember where you came from
                  nobody or anythin' gonna get in your way

                  'Ian Brown'


                  • #10
                    Hello and welcome to the boards!

                    I live in small city but my father live in Santa Fe, TX on the country side. He has big land, cows, trees, barn, families and friends invite my father's front yard and having bands playing. Also, there's have cold drinks, Gumbo, bar bu que, Mexican foods and other country foods, yummmmmy!

                    I wish I move to the country side in the middle east, TX in Cherokee Country.......

                    Man, I'm really tired of cities!

                    I don't mind who is Urban NDNs.

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