I have heard bits and pieces of different aspects portrayed in this module, but I've never seen them put together at one time. Nor have I given them much thought as I haven't personally experienced these things. Doing so in this fashion really shows how systemic these issues are. I grew up poor and relocated frequently, especially during my elementary years. Many of my family members are still living very rural lives on very low incomes and laud my accomplishments as though I did it all on my own. Though for all of my successes, the fact that the system was there to work for people who look like me, the path up the ladder was much easier. Unfortunately for many of my fellow humans that ladder does not exist and if it does there are rungs missing or people above them actively pushing them back down the ladder.