Akwesasne History Project: 60's Scoop

The 60’s Scoop was a governmental policy that placed indigenous children in non-native homes for fostering and adoption. An Akwesasronon survivor shares her story about severed ties with family, culture and language, and the policy changes created to focus on keeping families together. This video includes an interview with Dr. Cindy Blackstock. 

Year Published:

2020