The CBC offers poignant truth today in the telling of the story of three sisters, victims of the Sixties Scoop in Canada, in which Canada’s Indigenous, Metis and Inuit children were taken, often separated, then placed in foster homes or given to white families through adoption from the late ’50s to the ’80s. Read more →
The number of children whose parents have had their rights terminated is going up, the Strib’s Brandon Stahl writes, but the laws to make it easier to adopt aren’t working.
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What does Arctic ice tell us, shopping Moorhead and Moorhead only, trading your adopted child, teaching our kids to be criminals, and ballooning the St. Croix Valley. Read more →
Workers too loyal? Nursing home tasers and the young face of a civil war. Read more →