CPAC News | Solidarity Rally
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 1980s, and were placed in foster care or adopted out to non-Indigenous families.
The rally in Ottawa is part of the first Sixties Scoop national day of solidarity called for by the National Indigenous Survivors of Child Welfare Network (NISCWN). The eight other cities holding rallies are Montreal, Winnipeg, Victoria, Saskatoon, Edmonton, Toronto, Vancouver, and Whitehorse.
Colleen Cardinal and Duane Morrisseau-Beck, two of NISCWN’s co-founders, address the crowd, along with several survivors. (March 16, 2018) (no interpretation)
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