It never ceases to amaze me what is both unlearned and untaught in my education. I often reflect on the ways that I have chosen to minimize a lesson from history because it did not fit into a grand narrative that I am trying to master. But in my 46 years, inclusive of a Ph.D. in History from a highly reputable institution of higher education, I never once heard about the treatment of Mexican laborers in Juarez described in the video shared in this Module. To be sure, someone was trying to teach this history somewhere in the United States, but that person (and their peers) had not at the time of my education managed to access the halls of the professoriate where I was educated, and as a result, I did not have access to the history. The take away: We have to continue learning because the lessons are not all written. And, we have to humble ourselves to the possibility (reality) that not all histories have been given room to breathe in the academy.