Resistance stories come from several sources. Some resistance stories emerge from concealed stories that reveal the small and large ways people before us have challenged racism in their communities and personal lives as these are documented in writing and passed down orally. In the Storytelling Project we recognize youth as actors with the capacity to uncover problems in their schools and communities and utilize their energy, perspectives and experience as resources for educational and social change. Artist and journalist Alexandra Bell illustrates resistance counter-stories through her critical reading of newspapers and other media. Analyzing how resistance is expressed in poetry and literature is another way to generate reflective discussion about resistance. Youth involvement in resistance movements has invigorated public debate, engaging young people from all racial groups as active participants in democracy. In 2016, a protest against construction of an oil pipeline at Standing Rock reservation in North Dakota evolved into the largest indigenous protest movement of the 21st century.