Right now, I am having a hard time putting into words what I am thinking. How could I live on this earth for over 50 years and have never heard of some of these stories? Is that because I went to a relatively white school and lived in a white privileged society? I thought the issue at the border was that these people were coming over and not getting jobs or paying taxes. That is the white perspective. I had heard a couple of these stories about the Japanese internment camps but they had a "happy" ending. This is horrifying and it is still going on today. These last few weeks have popped my "white" bubble. Being a teacher and a social worker, I had no clue. So next year when I step into my classroom, how do I combat this issue? Of course, these historical events have influenced today's laws. The laws are very antiquated in many ways. The event of George Floyd only brings light that attitudes and beliefs of some have not changed.