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06/04/2010

Nouveau mémoire rédigé par un adopté

Harlow s Monkey.jpgNew memoir by an adoptee

 

This book (along with the one by Korean birth mothers) arrived in my mail box this weekend. I read a draft of the other book but my friend, Sarah Park, a Professor of Library Science, gave me the heads up on this one! I'm very excited since there are so few books written by Native adoptees about their experiences. And, in a happy coincidence, I've been doing research lately in the Social Welfare History Archives, looking through the Child Welfare League of America collection, and had just read through the Indian Adoption Project documents. The Indian Adoption Project was a joint program by the CWLA and the Bureau of Indian Affairs that specifically promoted the adoption of Indian children to white families from 1958-1967.

 

One Small Sacrifice: Lost Children of the Indian Adoption Projects.
Trace A. DeMeyer (Author)

 

Source : Harlow's Monkey | 29.03.2010

 

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