Focusing on one topic discussed in this module, I felt a great impact with learning more about this idea of generational trauma. Because I am a Jewish American, I feel a close association with this term due to the experiences of Holocaust survivors and their families, especially due to stories from my family and my own thought process with regard to relating myself to this event and the subsequent experiences and emotions experienced. However, I did not realize that this term was first coined due to the Holocaust. It is, unfortunately, not surprising to learn that the history and traumas experienced by POC were not recognized in this light, since POC were simply viewed as "not human". In this regard, I feel a deeply-rooted anger and guilt, as I cannot even begin to imagine the generational trauma experienced by POC and those directly related to individuals who experienced such horrific instances of systemic racism and trauma, and who, because their reactions and experiences were not recognized as legitimate, did not or were not able to receive the appropriate support (whether through therapy, counseling, etc.) that others (especially white people) were afforded. I feel a drive now to push this narrative forward and to somehow help others to be recognized, supported, and validated in their emotions and deeply-set traumas, especially with focus on this idea of (trans)generational grief and trauma.