A New ‘About’ – Updated According To Milestones Recently Achieved
July 7, 2013 § Leave a comment
(To go directly to ‘About’ on homepage, look to left of screen, see orange text, beneath the orange text is some grey text, & just beneath the grey text, ‘About’, i.e., click ‘About’)
USA Placed Victims-Survivors of The Canadian Scoops is a burgeoning grass roots effort the ambitions of which are the following:
Encourage The Truth & Reconciliation Commission of Canada (TRC-Canada) to expand it’s mandate to include those victims-survivors of The Canadian Scoops who were placed in the USA; currently, The Mandate of TRC-Canada only includes those victims-survivors of The Canadian Scoops who were kept within Canada. More recently, the mandate of TRC-Canada has been further shrunk to include only those victims of Canadian Scoops who were placed in ‘residential school system’; our research & their own records indicate that thousands of Canadian Scoops victims were placed in adoption & foster care within Canada, west Europe & USA.
To date only 1 USA Placed Victim-Survivor of the Canadian Scoops has been recognized by TRC-Canada. Our research and their records indicate that there are thousands more.
Encourage the general public & their representatives in Canadian Parliament, USA Congress (& EU), to take enabling legislative action that recognizes the existence and ‘status as victims of genocide’ all USA Placed Victims-Survivors of Canadian Scoops, and provides funding and easy-to-access format by which each can obtain their Blood Quantum Letters, & clarify their USA Citizenship & North American Indian Card holder status.
Encourage all USA Placed Victims-Survivors of Canadian Scoops to come forward & join the building class action suit in USA.
This blog highlights processes by which other USA Placed Victims-Survivors of The Canadian Scoops can determine & qualify their own North American Indian Status, Blood Quantum, &/or USA Citizenship as well as attempt to gain recognition by TRC-Canada.
Until TRC-Canada acknowledges all USA Placed Victims-Survivors of The Canadian Scoops, the processes listed above are not obvious and not without risk of deportation.