Project of Heart (POH) was created in 2007 by grade 10 Canadian history students who were outraged at what they were learning for the first time in their lives–the truth about Indian Residential Schools. Their emotional response to learning about the deaths of thousands of children at the schools, led them to collaborate with their teacher, Sylvia Smith. They poured their hearts into the Project by learning from Indigenous Elders and Knowledge holders in their city. The students made it their mission to educate not only their peers and other teachers, but their own families as well. They decided art and activism were the best way to educate. The youth could not be deterred–their goal was to educate all Canadians who could then be moved to ‘own’ their history and in doing so, stand with Indigenous families and communities in their struggle for justice.