The traumatic impact of images of violence against Black people is something that many have begun to address and that we need to address in schools. I recently had a discussion with two history teachers who want to portray the history of lynching and bring it into the current moment. They grappled with what is ok to show, and what is in effect extending trauma. The video on the Jim Crow Museum demonstrates how caricature, cartoon, and "entertainment" are also traumatic. For me, these two types of images raise important questions about how, when, and with whom they should be used, keeping in mind the setting as well as the age of students.