In 2021, the North Dakota legislator introduced a bill requiring that Native American history be included in the K-12 curriculum. In a huge win, the bill was passed on a 72-21 vote. Prior to the bill’s passing, it was left up to the individual school districts discretion on whether to bring Native American history into the classroom. The National Indian Education Association (NIEA), a nationwide nonprofit committed to combatting educational issues for Indigenous youth, partnered with Bismarck Public Schools (BPS) to bring awareness and stress the importance of this new curriculum to North Dakota educators. When MABU was presented with this opportunity, we knew the message had to go beyond informative narrative about the curriculum and its benefits. We instead set out to deliver a story from the perspective of the children impacted by it most.