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21.10.16

The Sixties Scoop - Home | Rewind with Michael Enright | CBC Radio: Over its many years, CBC Radio aired several programs to address indigenous issues. Shows like Indian Talk and The Way of the Indian were occasional features. By 1965, Indian Magazine was born. It grew up alongside a resurgent indigenous rights movement throughout North America and the show became a provocative, political and all indigenous. In 1970 it changed its name to Our Native Land and aired on CBC Radio until 1985. Unreserved, hosted by Rosanna Deerchild, is CBC Radio's weekly space for Indigenous community, culture and conversation. Last year Marcel Balfour, a former Chief of Norway House Cree Nation in Manitoba, told his story of being a Sixties Scoop survivor. Rosanna also talked about fostering her two nieces.


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