Anishinaabe stories preserve tradition
Amik Smallwood smoked his ceremonial pipe briefly Saturday afternoon before beginning an old Anishinaabe teaching.
He smoked as an offering, to ask the Creator for forgiveness for telling stories during the day, rather than at night.
"I also smoked the pipe for forgiveness for you, for not knowing any better," he told the audience.
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