Title

Shattered

Source

Down East

Date

7-2015

Pages

84-92, 116-120, 124-133

Abstract

For generations, Wabanaki children have been removed from their homes and placed in foster care. The history of how this started, personal stories, the direct consequences of these actions on the people and their communities, and how it needs to be addressed in order for healing and change to take place is presented. [images]

Subjects

Indian foster children, Indian Child Welfare Act of 1978

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