Sixties Scoop survivors call on Moe to take action On Friday in Saskatoon, the Sixties Scoop Indigenous Society of Saskatchewan (SSISS) will participate in a national day of solidarity with a rally and march, beginning at noon at the Vimy Memorial bandstand near 20th Street […]
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Sixties Scoop Survivors Unite for Day of Solidarity First Nations, Métis and Inuit Sixties Scoop survivors hold a rally on Parliament Hill to show solidarity with fellow survivors across Canada. An estimated 20,000 Indigenous children were removed from their homes between the late 1950s and […]
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Sixties Scoop Survivors Rally Across Canada for Day of Solidarity (March 16, 2016 – Ottawa, Unceded Algonquin Territory) Today, First Nations, Métis and Inuit Sixties Scoop survivors will be hosting rallies in nine major cities across the country to speak out about […]
SIXTIES SCOOP NETWORK | NISCW NETWORK MEDIA ADVISORY “I’m not the Only One:” Sixties Scoop Survivors Unite for Day of Solidarity (Ottawa/Algonquin Territory – March 12, 2018) FACEBOOK EVENT CLICK HERE On Friday March 16th, First Nations, Métis andInuit Sixties Scoop Survivors will be hosting rallies […]
email@example.com MEDIA ADVISORY: March 16th Sixties Scoop National Day of Solidarity: “No Consultation, No Agreement.” Press Conference: Friday, February 2nd – 10:00am: Charles Lynch Room. Parliament Hill, Centre Block. (January 29- Ottawa/Algonquin Territory) On March 16th, 2018, Sixties Scoop Survivors from across the country will […]
NISCW Network Launches Toll Free Sixties Scoop Support Line (November 27, 2017 – Ottawa/Algonquin Territory) Today, the National Indigenous Survivors of Child Welfare Network is launching a National Sixties Scoop hotline, where survivors will be able to access direct support and information. Following last month’s […]