➡ From Child Welfare Information Gateway NJ:
Canada: Indigenous children for sale: The money behind the Sixties Scoop (Includes video)
CBC News – September 28, 2016
The scoop, as it is called, refers to the era from the 1960s to the 1980s, when child welfare authorities scooped up Indigenous children and adopted them out to non-Indigenous families. Those placed in homes outside the country weren’t just adopted out of their Indigenous homes and into mostly white American families – they were bought and paid for.