Module 1 was very enlightening. The historial events, rules and laws that impacted our society years ago, still impact us today. It is very clear that any group that threatens White American's jobs, identities, and way of life will be persecuted. All of the videos that were shared reminds us of that. That ideal of maintaing White Supremacy still exists today. The constant oppression of non-white groups is sickening. I've "heard" of most of these stories, but only gained exposure as an adult. The histories of these oppresssed groups should be what we learn in school. For people of these groups, there is a level of awareness, but most white children have no clue of how this country has abused non-white people. The structures in place were made by white people, maintained by white people and secure white supremacy. As long as we allow poverty, educational opportunity, economic advancement, and mass incarceration to redline people of color, this country will NEVER change. The bias will continue to invade people's belief systems and how they view people of color. I loved the video on the Jim Crow Museum. The images that stood out the most are the lynchings of Black men... those images haunt me at night, especially as I navigate raising my Black son in today's society. I can only hope by learning about our past, we can make sure that history never repeats itself. Though, given today's present leadership, and how many American's still think.....you have to wonder.