For our big history/English project of the second semester, we were assigned a project where we choose an issue facing native Americans and formulate a research question that we can base our research and product on. My group chose to focus on Native American voting rights, more specifically the lack there of. We chose this issue because of its prevalence dating back centuries ago, all the way up till present day. Native Americans on native reservations lack the proper access to their voting rights, although technically they are given those rights, the United States government does not make them very accessible. For our product, we originally wanted to have a live presentation to UT students, more specifically those involved in politics majors/minors and social rights groups that may have interest in our topic. Although we never heard back from UT, we still decided this was our best audience to enact change so we created a PSA and put the QR code on a poster that we hung up on UT and places around campus. This project falls under the "Take Action" pillar because the main goal of the project was to find an audience to present our question and research to, in order to inform people who could enact change in the future. This answers my question because through my IBL project I learned a lot about the relationship between the federal government and Natives living on reservations.