I liked the variety of resources provided for the first module of this PD. I am a history teacher though with a lot of background in these topics, so I had already seen half of the videos and have substantial knowledge about most of the content in this module. I have been reading many of the anti-racism books people are circulating around social media for the past few years, and I constantly strive to educate myself on these topics. My minor in college was Intersectionality Studies (my university allowed you to create your own minor if you could get it approved, so I created this one), and I felt much of that experience was referenced in this module. I think this is a great thing though - making sure the resources are intersectional is so important. I feel like my take away from this module was I feel very grateful I have been exposed to many of these issues through my friends, colleagues, reading, and researching. It also makes me sad that this information is not more widely known, I wish more people (in teaching or not) would seek education on important topics like racism. I am happy to see so many others are registered for this course, but I wish this was something everyone went through for teacher prep programs.