Visitors from the Four Directions: Indigenous Peoples in a Globalized World Kit was developed by the Gabriel Dumont Institute and SUNTEP (Saskatchewan Urban Native Teacher Education Program). This resource was developed for the Grade 10 Saskatchewan curriculum as it related to Globalization and Development, Human Rights, and Indigenous Peoples. The kit consists of a text, Rethinking Globalization: Teaching for Justice in an Unjust World, and a CD-ROM. The text was published by Rethinking Schools Press, and was edited by Bill Bigelow and Bob Peterson. Both of the editors are teachers in the United States. It is 395 pages and contains background readings, teaching articles, lesson plans, role plays, student handouts, interviews, poems, cartoons, an annotated reading list, and teaching ideas. The topics covered include: colonialism, the global economy, poverty, global sweatshops, child labour, food issues, culture, consumption, and the environment. The CD-ROM contains video segments (22-minutes) of Indigenous Peoples from Guatemala, Peru, Fiji, Tonga, Costa Rica, Nepal, and Ethiopia who travelled to Saskatchewan to discuss the impact of globalization on their Nations. The CD-ROM also includes slides about the visitors meeting First Nations community members, interview scripts for each of the visitors, and a printable curriculum manual based on the Saskatchewan Education curriculum documents.