Daughter of a Lost Bird | Indigenous Adoption
Clip: Season 10 Episode 4 | 3m 20s
From 1958 to 1967, Indigenous children were separated from their communities and adopted by white families under the Indian Adoption Project. The children, who suffered from loss of tribal identity, would be deemed Lost Bird - the name of an early Native adoptee in the late 1800s.
Aired: 05/05/22 |
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