There is so much information, so much to chew on in these videos. The narrators talk too fast and I have to go to settings and slow them down so that I can follow every word. I have to play back lots of it to take notes because every word is essential. It's that kind of thing where if the module were a textbook, everything would be highlighted or annotated. There is so much to take away. However, there is one single term and concept that impacted me and seems to be the big picture: that of social constructs. Social constructs are made up, formulated ideas about society that people have accepted as truth. How is it that a single race of people regard themselves as superior over others, so much so that they decide to make up and dictate rules, demanding that everyone else accepts and follows their rules. Hundreds of years ago, their made up superiority gave this group the power to enslave and abuse people, denying them human rights and freedoms. Presently, the racial overtones of the same social constructs continue to be deeply rooted in the functions of today's modern society; and are being questioned, challenged and broken down in the form of ongoing protests, congressional hearings and Supreme Court decisions. History is being made right before our eyes. There is so much to take away.