Hi, everyone. My name is Jennifer Ho and I'm a professor at the University of Colorado Boulder and I'm one of the co-developers of Anti-Racism 1. Hello, everybody. Shawn O'Neill. I am a PhD candidate, Department of Ethnic Studies at CU Boulder and as Jennifer just mentioned, we have collaborated on Anti-Racism 1. This is actually a new introduction, so if you go and look at Anti-Racism 1, you'll actually see that Shawn and I recorded a video back in early fall of 2020 and it's May of 2021. But we're here because we have developed new content, specifically two assessments for those of you who want to do the page content of Anti-Racism 1 on Coursera, so that you can get credit for having taken this course. If you go, you'll see that there's now a quiz with eight terms from the glossary and then a short essay that also asks you to engage with terms from the glossary. Absolutely, and to make one more point too, we set this up because if you want the entire Specialization Certificate in Anti-Racism this is going to be the first step, to go back into Anti-Racism 1, do the paid assessment, and then to go through Anti-Racism 2, which we just completed, and Anti-Racism 3, which is forthcoming, and that will give you the full specialization certificate. I think Shawn's been very generous in saying, "we", but he's the one who developed Anti-Racism 2, so Shawn, can you give everyone a glimpse into Anti-Racism 2. Yeah, absolutely. I began working on Anti-Racism 2, probably really dug in back in October. We're really excited about this one because Anti-Racism 2 is going to be very conversation heavy. I'm actually going to be in conversation with experts in the field of Ethnic Studies, Critical Race Theory, Race Studies, so on and so forth. Of course, one of my interviews is with Dr. Jennifer Ho, as well as many other members of the Ethnic Studies Faculty at CU Boulder, and a couple of members of our wider anti-racism and activists community so really excited about this one. You all got to tune in. That's all I got to say, you've got to tune in. Yeah we really hope that after taking Anti-Racism 1, you're going to want to continue your anti-racism education, the anti-racism journey, by taking Anti-Racism 2. Then we want to give you a preview of Anti-Racism 3. Which is again, it's May 2021, we've had the Derek Chauvin trial in Minneapolis which came back guilty against Chauvin and then we're still waiting to hear on the sentencing. But at the same time when we had the Chauvin trial, we heard about, in Columbus, Ohio, yet again another police killing of a black person, in this case, a 15-year-old, Ma'Khia Bryant, and at the same time also Adam Toledo, a Latino. Again, we're talking about young people, a Latino boy who was killed in Chicago. We've had two mass shootings directly targeting Asian American people. We've had Atlanta in May 17th of 2021 and then a month later in April we had Indianapolis in which Sikh Americans were being targeted at a FedEx center. Of course, Shawn and I are coming to you from Colorado where we saw a mass shooter kill eight people in Boulder Colorado, just down the road from where we both live. Think about that we're constructing all of these courses when we're still in the middle of all of this really intense violence in this country, much of it very racially targeted and motivated. We really hope and expect all of you would like to dive deeper into these issues which we're providing for you. I just want to say, I think one of the things that Shawn and I are going to do as we develop Anti-Racism 3 is that we are going to do a deep dive, we're going to get personal. Part of that getting personal is to talk about how this is hitting us. How this is hitting me as an Asian American woman, I mean, when Atlanta happened and I saw that the shooter was targeting Asian woman, that of course made me feel like I had a target on my back. Shawn, I can only imagine what it's been like for you as a Black man. It's been a very emotional several months. I mean, not only dealing with this pandemic, but dealing with as I said, the very irrational violence that has been going on against both of our communities. Another thing we're going to do in Anti-Racism 3 is we want to have what as Jennifer mentioned a very difficult conversation. I want to talk specifically about the anti-Asian prejudice that goes on and has gone on intrinsically in Black communities. I think that needs to be addressed. I definitely want to talk about the anti-Black racism that exists among Asian Americans, which is not an easy thing to talk about. But one of the things I also want to share here is that especially for the anti-Asian environments that we've been seeing in which there's a misperception that the majority of anti-Asian racism is happening at the hands of Black people, that's not true. That's the other thing that we're going to dive into, is that the perception that Black people are harming Asian people in great numbers, is not true. We're going to dive into that because what the common root of both anti-Black and anti-Asian racism is White supremacy. Absolutely, it's White supremacy. It always falls back into White supremacy as one of the founding foundations of this country. It also gives us an opportunity to talk about the widest significance of White supremacy globally. Stay tuned you-all, we've got a lot to hit you with, so stay tuned. Because we're going to get real. We're going to get real. We're going to get real. Bye. Bye, everyone.