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Summary of Robin Wall Kimmerer's Braiding Sweetgrass

By: Falcon Press
Narrated by: Stewart Crank
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  1. The indigenous Potawatomi people, who lived throughout the Great Lakes region in America, shared the creation myth of Skywoman for generations and used it like a compass to guide them through their relationship with nature and the world. 
  2. The Skywoman story, which is the Iroquois creation myth, tells of a deity who fell from the sky and brought light to Earth and grew plants on it. One of the plants she brought was sweetgrass, one of the Potawatomi people’s four sacred plants. 
  3. Indigenous people have a very close relationship with nature because of the beliefs they follow, and the teachings they share. On the other hand, in the creation myth of Adam and Eve, man is pitted against nature, and exiled from his natural home forever.
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