After watching the first set of videos, it made me reflect on how often the history we learn is based on what happened in close geographic proximity. As a Californian, I learned about the Japanese internment in high school, and now students learn it even earlier. On the other hand, I am not as familiar with the history of Native American children being taken from their families. The environmental racism of Flint, MI got national coverage, but the unhealthy air in the port city of Oakland and the oil refineries surrounding Richmond, CA do not get the same coverage in other parts of the country. How do we make all of this history available across the country, especially to our students?