As a Latina, I definitely related to the "Conversations with Latinos on Race" video. Being a blend of different races, we identify with so many cultures. My biggest takeaway, though, was realizing that I really don't know anything about Native American culture. The only thing I "know" is that "they have a lot of casinos on their lands and gambling problems because they are more susceptible to alchoholism." Is this even TRUE!? It sounds so terrible. Clearly, Native American culture is complex and ancient and interesting. Growing up in Florida where a lot of Native American names were used to name locations, etc, I'm actually now shocked that we didn't get more education on the Native American populations in the US and regionally. Being Puerto Rican, I just started learning a lot more about Taino culture too. There's SO MUCH to learn!!!