The act of storytelling is an act of Indigenous resistance, decolonization, and reclamation. We have a responsibility to “hold on to our traditional knowledge”: Dene náorweré edets’itó. Sahtuót’ine is a series of screen prints that depict stories from the Deline of the Northwest Territories. As a Deline first nation, brought up away from their traditional lands, I feel obligated to learn and tell these stories. It is imperative that the shared stories and lessons demonstrated are preserved for the continuation of Indigenous culture.