During the Sixties Scoop, over 20,000 Indigenous children in Canada were removed from their biological families, lands, and culture and trafficked across provinces, borders, and overseas to be raised in non-Indigenous households. This is Colleen Cardinal’s story of growing up in a non-Indigenous household as a Sixties Scoop adoptee. Cardinal speaks frankly about instances of violence and abuse throughout her life—this is a story of empowerment and personal reconciliation. To learn more about this publisher, click here: http://bit. ly/1Ch7QIX


“Offers a window through which readers can see why cultural suppression is such a dark chapter in Canada’s history.”

- Winnipeg Free Press

“With Canadians slowly awakening to the reality of the 60s Scoop and its ongoing repercussions, Cardinal’s inspiring work here is essential reading and will be an integral resource for generations to come.”

- Waubgeshig Rice, author of Legacy