Canada ‘Sixties Scoop’: Indigenous survivors map out their stories

Hundreds of indigenous youngsters in Canada had been forcibly faraway from their households between the Fifties and Nineteen Eighties, in what is named the “Sixties Scoop”.

They had been put into non-indigenous houses by welfare businesses, in an try to assimilate them into mainstream tradition.

Now survivors are mapping out their tales and discovering solace in connecting with others.

Video by Dan Lytwyn