Passed in 1978 Because of the High Number of North American Indian Children Being Removed From Their Homes

April 17, 2013 § 1 Comment

April 16, 2013, This is not an example of a USA placed victim-survivor of Canadian Scoops, however, there is reference to same legislation passed in 1978 that curbs the adoption and foster care placement of North American Indian children into families not North American Indian.

Of course, unlike the child in this story, USA Placed Victims-Survivors of The Canadian Scoops were taken from their biological families without due process and placed in USA via ‘illegal adoptions’, but, again, this legislation speaks to the reasoning underlying the ‘Scoops Adoptions’

 

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2309996/Native-American-Indian-dad-awarded-custody-daughter-3-claims-doesnt-remember-white-adoptive-parents-raised-years-life.html

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§ One Response to Passed in 1978 Because of the High Number of North American Indian Children Being Removed From Their Homes

  • USA_NYC says:

    This article does not mention if the biological father is a North American Indian Status Card holder, has more than 50% blood quantum. Maybe the journalist and/or the judge, and/or the opposing attorney didn’t know this is supposed to offer a legal distinction. Of course maybe it does not carry any weight within this case. If anyone knows, please share.

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