Stolen Generations: Survivors of the Indian Adoption Projects and 60’s Scoop

Due to the success of Two Worlds (Book 1) and Called Home (Book 2), I was asked to write the introduction for the new anthology Stolen Generations (Book 3), which was published April 2016.

Stolen_Generations_Cover_for_KindleA highly anticipated follow up to the history-making anthologies TWO WORLDS and CALLED HOME: Lost Children of the Indian Adoption Projects series, STOLEN GENERATIONS: Survivors of the Indian Adoption Projects and 60s Scoop offers more narratives on the history of land-taking and child theft/adoption projects in the name of Manifest Destiny in North America. These narratives make clear that Lost Children are not only survivors but resilient. A collection of adoptees’ firsthand accounts and the historical background of the Indian Adoption Projects and 60s Scoop, along with pertinent news, quotes and bibliography, this stunning new anthology has been edited by award winning journalist, adoptee-author Trace L Hentz (formerly DeMeyer).

Contributor: INTRO: Johnathan Brooks (Northern Cheyenne & Cree)

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Johnathan Brooks, MAC, MA, PG Dip is a Life Coach who has trained in a wide range of personal development treatment methods including the “Power Therapies” (CBT Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (postgrad), EFT Emotional Freedom Technique, Master NLP Neuro Linguistic Programming), a Masters of Arts Degree in ‘Applied Coaching’ and has a Post Graduate Diploma Degree in ‘Coaching and NLP’, which he passed with a ‘Commendation’. And is based in Tunbridge Wells, Kent.

He is a full member of the Association for Coaching (MAC), a Gold member of The Professional Guild of NLP and a full member of European and Mentoring Council (UK).

2 thoughts on “Stolen Generations: Survivors of the Indian Adoption Projects and 60’s Scoop

  • Boozhoo Johnathan! Thank you for writing a powerful introduction to the new anthology Stolen Generations. After years of silence, we now have children of adoptees/splitfeathers/lost children coming forward seeking their own identity and tribal connections. The circle keeps growing. As I write in the preface it was about land, taking land at any cost. And every day it hits me deeper at the loss incurred by Indian people, not just land but lifestyle. Thank you for mentioning this new anthology on your lovely website. [we have a new blog for these books:


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