Hi everyone, welcome back. Max and I just want to thank you for taking this course and going along on this journey with us over these three weeks. For us, we hope that this course and the materials contained in it will help you think about the experiences that you have in your daily life in a different way, in a deeper way. We hope that the things that you've discovered in our course will help you recognize bias, discrimination, and racism in the various contexts in which you find yourself. We hope that, it introduced you to the types of sources that are available to all of us for free out there. We're so grateful to all of the authors of the podcasts, the datasets, the articles that we've included and thank you to all of the interviewees that were part of this course, you freely added to the value of the course. We're so grateful, I know speaking for myself and I think from Max as well, I enjoyed those interviews so much talking to our colleagues about the important work that they're doing. We did want to recognize all the people out there who have helped make this course possible, including our sponsors, those who have funded this great course. We also used the idea of the toolkits and I've returned to it. I like the idea of giving all of you learners the chance to build your own toolkit. I won't push the metaphor too far. I want to be able to build things with the tools in your toolkit and to try to build bridges, to try to make connections that you might have not seen before or thought possible before between communities that you're part of that. We hope that the things that you've learned will help you recognize new things. Also we hope that will help you see that there are so many resources out there, things that we didn't get to include in this Coursera course, but that are out there and available to you to help you answer the questions that you have and just to help you learn and add to that toolkit. Let's just turn you carry on and thinking everyone who participated in the course, including, as you say, our sponsors at Asian Americans Advancing Justice and Kaiser Permanente for providing both the funding and the framework for this course that I think hopefully will serve as a springboard for learners to future learning in whatever venue that is, whether that's a continued learning through Coursera in a university program or just out there in your everyday lives that you're going to take this course, what you've learned here and use it to learn more. I think that's the best thing that any course can do. Obviously, this course is limited in its scope. It's only 3 weeks long. We tried to cover as much as we can. It's been really focused on what we see as the most impacted communities from COVID. Folks of Chinese descent have been the most aggressively targeted communities. We've given them more prominence than other communities, for example, Pacific Islander communities, but we've hopefully provided you some excellent resources, and you can find in the additional resources for each week and in the additional resources for the course. To continue that learning, to expand your scope of knowledge and expand your understanding of what Asian-American experiences are here in the US and worldwide. Take that toolkit, go out, build something good for yourself and for your community. Personally, I hope that this will help folks for when, as we continue to work our way through this pandemic, when the next pandemic hits, it will provide our learners with some context and some understanding on how to not make history repeat itself. We've seen in this course the way that certain stereotypes, certain racist attitudes have perpetuated through US history. We hope this will help give our learners something to stop history from repeating itself or at least push back against the continuation of some of these hurtful and problematic and violent stereotypes. We hope everyone will be an active participant in that progress, that project of moving us all forward to more equal and equitable society that we hope this course will play a small role in that. We just want to encourage our learners to keep the momentum going. Please do. We hope that you'll take the time to fill out the questions that we've provided. Max, don't you think that it would be a good idea? We'd love to hear what you all think. Yeah, that's right. At the end of the course here we've provided a couple additional resources. First is the course evaluation. You can please take the time to respond to some of the questions about what you thought about the class, what you liked about it, what do you think you've gained from it and what you think you're going to do with it going forward. That'll be really helpful both to us and to the other learners that are going to take this course, as it continues on in Coursera. There's also options to complete course certification below, you'll see some of the steps you can take to get your Coursera badge for the course. We hope learners will take advantage of those and add to the glossary, give us feedback as we continue to develop courses on both for CU and for Coursera, we're always wanting to hear what people had to say. We'll hope you'll take the time to do that. Great. Yes. Again, thank you to Asian-Americans, Vincent justice to Kaiser Permanente, to our colleagues. See you and really thanks Max. It was great to be able to work with you on this. I really enjoyed it. Same Kariann. Thank you to all of our learners. Thanks to all of you.