I would not be surprised if the "cleaning" practices that happened 100 years ago don't happen today at the border. Environmental racism worsens in the global south. I don't think anything has changed. There are teachers who refuse to call LatinX students by their given names and give them Anglo names that "they can pronounce." There are teachers, black and white (whom I know, but this isn't to exclude other races or ethnicities), who treat children like hostages and use authoritarian discipline.
Some of the horrific information in these videos worries me. I personally suffer from what I call the "NPR effect." I listen to a story about girls being kidnapped or children not having enough food or 70% of the world lacking a flush toilet, and I stop and gasp and care for 15 minutes. Then I think I'm a good person for caring. Then I go water my lawn and let my children run the water incessantly and create trash and drive around too much.
Material change is so important, but right now I want a bigger car because I have 3 dogs and two children and we have so much junk to haul around. White people problems. I saw a bumper sticker on a Mercedes in an affluent Ann Arbor MI neighborhood when I was in graduate school; it said "live simply so others may simply live" and it angered me. There was a time when I lived simply. I am capable.