First Talk

Episode 214 - Aboriginal Children In Foster Homes

This episode focuses on Aboriginal children in foster homes and how to cope with foster care. Richard Bull joins Tamara who talks about being adopted by a loving Aboriginal family. Executive Director of the Tribal Council Debbie Abbott talks about foster care and how the process works. Finally, Gaye Smith talks about why kids are put in foster care.
  • program length: 30 minutes
  • episode #214

Thursday, January 25 at 5:00 pm on 12.2

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Now in it's third season, First Talk With Tamara Bull ushers in new and exciting changes. Tamara has health tips, Aboriginal contributions, On-The-Spot, the Best Of You Tube and a group of co-hosts that adds compelling discussions about important issues. The 'Talking Stick', with Tamara Bull, Kim Harvey, Pauline Johnson and Doreen Manuel offer lively dialogue about current Aboriginal issues. The three generations of Aboriginal women offers contrast and a variety of perspectives that encapsulate the Aboriginal experience.