It goes without saying that our history influences our present. The videos that stood out the most to me were ones that shared information I had never learned about: the video about forced American Indian adoptions, the video on "gasoline baths" at the border, and the video on inhuman medical experiments (I knew a little about the latter two, but not the greater context and extent of the practices). I also really enjoyed the video on the Jim Crow museum (I can't remember its exact name). The video clearly explained how everyday objects can be -- and were -- used to implant and disseminate bigoted beliefs and even encourage violence. I especially liked learning about how each section of the museum and the museum as a whole is intentionally set up to allow patrons to not only learn about and reflect on the past but also dialogue about the present and future. It made me think about how I might be able to do something similar in my classroom. I hope I can visit the museum someday.