UNAVAILABLE Our City Our Voices: Follow the Eagle and Slo-Pitch video contains two short documentaries created by Aboriginal youth in Vancouver's Eastside. As a training project the youth got to tell stories about their city and the result is one about the role of Elders and the other about the importance of sports. During the summer of 2004 the youth documented the results of the Aboriginal Front Door's program to develop and nurture Elders in Vancouver. Most of these older Native people came to Vancouver in their earlier years and have struggled with abuse, life on the streets, and drugs. This community-based program wanted to connect these older residents with their cultural traditions as these relate to Elders. The viewer meets several men and women who each have difficult stories to tell. This drop-in program allowed them to participate in circle teachings and be with others in similar situations. The second short clip documents a remarkable community-based softball league that has existed for Native families in Vancouver for 25 years. The participants of this league are introduced and they each have personal stories about addictions and life on the streets. One poignant moment is the story of a middle-aged man living with HIV. Despite his condition the slo-pitch league accepts him and he continues to be involved. He sums up the softball tradition as one that heals the participants and for him acts as harm reduction. A unique video about personal stories that are usually not heard in popular media.