The voices in this film must be heard. We believe that for First Nations communities, this film has the potential to serve as an instrument of healing, opening dialogues on the cross-generational traumas of colonization and the cultural genocide that occurred in Canada's Indian Residential Schools (1876-1996). For the film's non-First-Nation audiences, the film bears witness to survivors of the Indian Residential Schools, their children, and grandchildren, and the cultural resurgence currently taking place on the islands of Haida Gwaii. By bringing this film to global audiences, we all gain critical insights into the genocide that occurred not only in Haida Gwaii, but throughout North America.