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Rev. Darrell Auginash, a Red Lake Nation member and nondenominational minister now residing in rural Bemidji, helped lead the Walk of Forgiveness, which begins Friday in Sandy Lake, Minn. “I had, like, a dream, a vision of finding a different way to start healing our nation, our people,” Auginash said. “I couldn’t find any other way but offering forgiveness. When we offer forgiveness, we’re breaking curses off.” Molly Miron | Bemidji Pioneer

Walk of Forgiveness: Bemidji minister to help break Native Americans’ historical trauma

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By Molly Miron

Special to The Pioneer

BEMIDJI – In October 1850, the United States government failed to supply promised provisions to the Ojibwe Anishinaabe settled on Madeline Island in Wisconsin’s Apostle Islands.

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