The Disappearance of Natasha Lynn Starr podcast

The Disappearance of Natasha Lynn Starr

APTN

The Millennial Scoop is the ongoing assimilation of Indigenous children and youth through the Canadian government’s child welfare systems. Natasha is a Millennial Scoop survivor from Manitoba’s Child Welfare System. This is her story.

6 Episodes

  • The Disappearance of Natasha Lynn Starr podcast

    Episode 5: Truth Hurts

    21:24

    Maybe one day I won’t be triggered And reminded of the past Maybe one day I‘ll find peace  And a home at last Maybe one day Maybe Maybe - Produced and voiced by Natasha (Reimer) Okemow, edited by Damian Joseph. Special thanks to APTN’s Director of News and Current Affairs Karyn Pugliese and Executive Producer Cheryl McKenzie.
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    Episode 4: Identity Crisis

    17:12

    I am Indian who had my identity erased at the age of two Place in a home that wasn’t a right fit but forced to make due I am Indian that was taken in the millennial scoop Better known as a systematic curse an ongoing loop - Produced and voiced by Natasha (Reimer) Okemow, edited by Damian Joseph. Special thanks to APTN’s Director of News and Current Affairs Karyn Pugliese and Executive Producer Cheryl McKenzie.
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    Episode 3: System is Whack

    24:37

    Meeting strangers who share the same DNA Struggling to find the right words to say. I don’t know if I can do this Reuniting is far from being all beautiful and bliss   I thought I was ready I really did  But instead I built up a wall and hid - Produced and voiced by Natasha (Reimer) Okemow, edited by Damian Joseph. Special thanks to APTN’s Director of News and Current Affairs Karyn Pugliese and Executive Producer Cheryl McKenzie.
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    Episode 2: Childhood Interruption

    22:51

    Misplaced trust Childhood years fade to dust Turns out that mommys and daddys don’t stay When the going gets tough they walk away - Produced and voiced by Natasha (Reimer) Okemow, edited by Damian Joseph. Special thanks to APTN’s Director of News and Current Affairs Karyn Pugliese and Executive Producer Cheryl McKenzie. Clip credit to King Imprint / YouTube
  • The Disappearance of Natasha Lynn Starr podcast

    Episode 1: Chaos and Confusion

    22:22

    Welcome to this new place New face upon new face Who are these people remains a mystery Just like you and your life history   But you have to make do with this weird situation And accept that you’ll never get a full explanation - Produced and voiced by Natasha (Reimer) Okemow, edited by Damian Joseph. Special thanks to APTN’s Director of News and Current Affairs Karyn Pugliese and Executive Producer Cheryl McKenzie.
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    In Canada, there are tens of thousands of kids in the child welfare system. Manitoba has over 11,000 kids in care, which is the highest in the country. Indigenous youth make up 90 per cent of that number. Natasha Lynn Starr was one of them. The Disappearance of Natasha Lynn Starr debuts on September 9, 2019. Promo produced and voiced by Natasha (Reimer) Okemow, edited by Damian Joseph. Cover art by Jesse Andrushko. Song: Fire 2 the Water. Written and performed by Leonard Sumner.

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