Sixties Scoop Victims Start Path to Healing

AFN Aboriginal News Splash

Indigenous children removed from homes in the 1960s just now beginning to heal

KEMPTVILLE — The scent of tobacco and sage fills the air as members of Canada’s aboriginal communities gather around a fire on the shores of the Rideau River. Each takes a turn fanning medicinal smoke towards their bodies in a cleansing smudging ritual. Then, one by one, the 40 or so attendees of this Indigenous Adoptee…

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