Once again personal experience guided what impacted me the most in Module 1. I have a first-hand experience of how implicit bias and confirmation bias can work together to destroy a future. There is a lot of conversation in our society right now about police brutality, and the bias video addressed the narrative of assumed criminality in that landscape. What about the narrative of assumed criminality in schools? One issue that is being overlooked is that Black youth are more likely to be punished and more severely punished for the same infractions as their white peers. White students are given the benefit of the doubt (i.e., kids being kids), but Black students are assumed to be a criminal and a threat. This mirrors the justice system. Yet, the conversation is focused now on police brutality (and rightfully so), but we cannot forget the school to prison pipeline and how Black youth are also criminalized in the educational setting. In the presentation on bias, the question was asked, "What does Bias impact?". The list included perception, attitude, and behaviors, and I would add "Our Choices" to the list. The decision to call the police or other authorities on Blacks who are simply doing every day tasks starts with bias.