I think the videos that had the most impact on me were the things I was least familiar with. The Vox Missing Chapter videos relating the stories of how Native American children were ripped from their families was heartbreaking. And to see that in over 100 years, things at the Mexican Border in El Paso are still nearly the same. . .it is just infuriating. While I love my family, my community, and my country, it hurts my pride to see how we as a nation got to where we are today. It's hard to understand how many people never spoke up but just accepted injustices as a part of life. The sad part, and reality is, we are all guilty of it at some point. Being a bystander and watching. Whether it's because we feel powerless to make a change, don't know where to begin, are fearful for our lives and the lives of our families and friends, or we are just apathetic and "if it's not affecting me or my world it's not my problem." I am glad and excited to see the shift in dynamics that is taking place currently in our country. However, the rhetoric has been around for decades to centuries. . .now is the time to start seeing some action.