As a white person, I have not had the experiences the individuals in the videos talked about - with the exception of having lived in Japan for several years and visiting Korea a few times. At least one of or two of those experiences were very unsettling - like I was being treated by a couple of older Japanese women for having brought WWII to their country. And yes, I recall a Japanese colleague mistaking me for the other American teacher or calling one of us by a former American teacher's name, because "all Americans look alike." But in the US - no. It saddens me to hear the young Black men talk about "The Talk" their parents had to have with them. Both Black men and women describing police or others pulling them aside because they did not belong (at the hotel or the school) when in fact they did belong. The blood quantum rules for who is Native. The experiences of Asians - where are you from? And it is only getting worse with Trump in office. Native elected officials told to go back to Mexico.