(reblog) AMERICAN INDIAN ADOPTEES: We were not supposed to ‘be’ Indian:
Adoptee Susan Harness with her younger brother James Allen in 2012. An anthropological search for belonging and identity ...
"We were not supposed to ‘be’ Indian, we were supposed
to become members of the dominant society, with full and complete access
to the American Dream."
– Susan Harness ( Bitterroot: A Salish Memoir of Transracial Adoption, University of Nebraska Press.)
Susan contributed a story to the anthology STOLEN GENERATIONS: SURVIVORS OF THE INDIAN ADOPTION PROJECTS AND 60S SCOOP
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