I think that the use of people talking about their own experiences is, not surprisingly, so helpful and powerful (compared to just reading about the topics more generally). To learn more about concepts of which I was unaware, like the manner in which blood quantum is used for oppression and the term the "bamboo ceiling," is so important. It is unbelievable to me to hear some of the things that have been said to people of color, and being outraged and shocked needs to help maintain my pursuit of owning my complicity in this system. I know the next section will be challenging in a way that learning about White privilege in prior settings has not been, and I am nervous and eager for it. Finally, hearing young Black men and boys talking about how they have to over-manage their own behavior, and their words for their parents, is so important. It really stuck out to me.