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Marlene, Chris and Eric Gott were young children when their parents were tragically killed in a car crash. Extended family were caring for the children when social workers scooped the kids and adopted them to an American family in New Orleans. Far away from their culture and family, the children found themselves lost an in an abusive home.


A moving story of what happened to the Gott children and their attempts to re-connect with their biological family.


Thousands of Canadian Aboriginal children were adopted to non-aboriginal homes in the 1960's, 70's and early 80's. many were sent to the United States. why? Adoptees want answers. This three part series is the first in-depth look at the policies and procedures that led to the "Sixties Scoop". Hear from the decision makers during that time and learn how thousands of children ended up so far away from their families, culture and communities.

  • Year
    2003
  • Runtime
    45 minutes
  • Language
    English
  • Country
    Canada
  • Director
    Coleen Rajotte