I grew up, a teenager in the 50s in San Antonio, TX, a city which segregated Black and LatinX people from white people in schools and housing (although LatinX people could attend “our” schools.) Having seen some of its effects (Black and White water fountains, Black people sitting in the backs of buses, Black household helpers entering through the back door. . . .,) and having worked hard all my adult life to ferret out the racial bias, prejudice that was part of my life growing up, I was shocked to learn how many things I DID NOT know. The units on American medicine, “gasoline baths,” and the Jim Crow Museum caused visceral reactions. I still have so much to learn, and no matter how many training modules I watch, I will never know what ordinary life has been and is today for Black, Indigenous, and People of Color sisters and brothers.