I was fully aware of several of the atrocities shared in this series of videos, such as Japanese detainment camps, the removal and "education" and American Indian children, and the scary history of many medical innovations, esp. in the field of gynecology. However, I was not aware of how MANY American Indian children were removed from their homes, and that once Japanese detainment camps ended the people were given $25 and a train ticket to go back "home"... upon which many no longer had homes or jobs. I hope that America's history books are rewritten so that in the future, American children will grow up understanding the many ways that America has failed it's Black, Indian, and POC citizens throughout it's history and that we are only BEGINNING to understand the impacts that has had on American society as a whole. This series of videos was enlightening, deeply troublesome, and made me aware of additional issues that I hadn't given full thought too such as environmental racism. I'm sad but thankful for this period of time, which is opening my eyes as a white woman to just how deep and seated racism has shaped so many aspects of our country.