As a small child, Nakuset was taken from her home in Thompson, Manitoba and adopted into a Jewish family in Montreal. She was part of the Sixties Scoop, a generation of Indigenous children who were forcibly removed from their families and communities throughout Canada, and adopted into settler homes.
Told through personal archives, Nakuset details
the abuse and confusion she suffered as a child and chronicles how,
along with the help of her Bubby (Jewish grandmother), she was able to
reclaim her identity and become a powerful advocate for her people. WATCH