This unit is designed to be used in Grade 10 Native Studies classrooms. It should make students aware of the challenges FNMI people face in the twentieth century and today, but also shed light on the positive changes that are being made in their favour. This unit would best be taught after students have a strong grasp of historical content of the Native Studies curriculum. This unit should act as a ‘bright spot’ that will inspire and provide students with opportunities to follow their individual passions for change within their community. Starting this unit on a Monday would allow students ample time to work on the cumulative project, giving them seven days to work before presenting on a Tuesday.