UNAVAILABLE This title is no longer available from A Tribe of One is a remarkable documentary about a British Columbia who learned that she was a member of the New Westminster First Nation. Rhonda Larrabee grew up believing she was Chinese and French but learned as an adult that her mother was First Nation. A member of the Qayqayt, Marie Joseph Lee had been sent to Kamloops Residential School as a child. Her reserve was deemed too small and was closed in 1923. Band members had been devastated by smallpox and remaining members were relocated to other First Nations. Marie married a Chinese man and soon left her Native heritage behind due to racism. Her daughter Rhonda always believed she was part Chinese. Before her mother died, Rhonda discovered the truth about her mother's parents. Rhonda searched records and finally had the documentation to gain her status as a New Westminster Band member. Her work today revolves around gaining a land base for her tiny community of family members. Filmmaker Eunhee Cha directed this compelling and often sad documentary with care. The viewer remains hopeful at the close of the film because Rhonda Larrabee and her granddaughter are optimistic about their people's future. A DVD edition is also available.