As I went through watching the videos of module one I couldn't help but think back to high school and college, specifically my history classes. Some of the events in the videos I did remember, but there were so many that I had no knowledge of. To me that qualifies as systemic racism because we do not teach our students about the brutal history of our country. I am 15 years removed from high school, so I am not sure if that has changed, but at the BLM rally in my hometown students were pushing for more black history in our education system. This makes me believe that it is still not being taught. I am not sure the best way to do it, but it needs to be done.
Overall, I think there are systems in place to make people feel "safe" but really what that means is it makes white people feel safe. Things that don't overtly look like racism, such and "wellness" checks at the border for immigration. This still impacts society today in many ways. Obviously police brutality is at the forefront at this time, but watching those videos there is still so much systemic racism in our society.