Native Women: Politics is a 24-minute DVD produced by First Nations Films. The documentary explores the complex role of British Columbia First Nations women as they pursue various aspects of self-government. The film profiles Gloria Morgan, Beth Wyss, Barb Charlie, Lavina White, Wendy Grant, Mary Williams, and Barb Cranmer. Each woman's background is described as well as her contribution to her First Nation's success. For example Barb Cranmer is a filmmaker who is shown documenting the Aboriginal fishery; and Wendy Grant discusses the impact of Bill C-31, the Indian Act and membership issues as these relate to First Nations women.