Nearly 3 Years After Being Recognized by USCIS, There Are Still Canada Scoop Deniers In USA, Thus Highlighting Importance of The Film: ‘We Were Children’
May 4, 2015 § Leave a comment
May 5, 2015, (reposted, November 5, 2013, & originally posted, April 3, 2013), ‘Watch the powerful film that has so many talking,” APTN. The Story of Canadian Scoop Victims Kept Within Canada
Nearly 3 Years After this group of Canada Scoop Victims, a.k.a., USA Placed Victims – Survivors of Canadian Scoops was recognized by an Office of USCIS, and as a result the individual received his USA Citizenship expedited, there are still those who will aggressively deny the Canada Scoops occurred, that it was a genocide, that it continues to have an ongoing, continuous negative impact on the lives of those scooped and both their biological and adoptive families, and that victims of Canada Scoops were placed in USA and west Europe.
Unfortunately, the film ‘We Were Children’ ignores the particular plight of those victims of Canada Scoops who were not kept within Canada but rather placed in the USA, a.k.a., USA Placed Victims-Survivors of the Canadian Scoops, and the film also is now only available to stream in Canada, i.e., it can only be viewed in the USA or Europe via purchase from the National Film Board of Canada. We are, however, reaching out to distributors to see if we can make available to stream for free on this blog.
In the meantime,
to Purchase: http://www.nfb.ca/film/we_were_children