US Law Still Allows North American Indian Children to Be ‘Scooped’ Taken Without Parental Consent

May 2, 2014 § Leave a comment

May 2, 2104, Justice Murray Sinclair, Chairman of Truth & Reconciliation Commission-Canada originally posted. Today there remain (6) laws in USA one of which allows the taking, a.k.a, scooping of North American Indian children from their homes and placement of the North American Indian children in residential schools without the consent of their parents. Residential Schools are essentially public boarding schools.

Earlier this week an organization in NYC that specializes in preventing human trafficking, their method involves developing comic books in ‘on-trend anime’ and distributing them directly to school children in the most vulnerable countries of origin, including Mexico, Vietnam and Cambodia, was encouraged by First Nations advocates to develop books to be distributed amongst North American Indian communities, i.e., the human trafficking that was the Canadian Scoops a.k.a. 60’s Scoops a.k.a. The Scoops, and that is now being attended to via TRC-Canada, continues, the only difference being the modifications made in approach to accommodate today’s social mores and trends, and legislation, regulations and laws.

Article below:

http://indiancountrytodaymedianetwork.com/2014/04/30/6-boarding-school-laws-still-books-154579

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