I believe that this section of the chapter ties into my other section from chapter 5. Those in power can create the narrative that is told throughout the country. They hid histories and facts from citizens. The downriver slave trade was virtually unknown until the last decade of the 20th century. This goes into more about how America tries to cover up their horrible histories. This relates to how most people, including myself, did not know about who Brother General Gabriel was or about the existence of the burial ground, I was not taught about him in school. It is the school’s job to teach students the truths of the past which does not mean only providing half-truths. What I mean by half-truths is only sharing certain information while manipulating or avoiding other information