These are just a few of the Indigenous Canadians who were apprehended or forced into adoptive families as part of the Sixties Scoop phenomenon that spanned three decades and robbed them of their family, identity and culture.
They are the faces of survivors. They share feelings of loss and being disconnected, but they also share the same resolve to move forward and heal.
Today, they are finding lost loved ones, relearning their languages and demanding an explanation. These survivors are reclaiming what was lost.
David Chartrand was 'snatched, taken and sold.'… Read more