Saidiya Hartman and Patricia Williams both explore how our knowledge of the past is always incomplete because we have inherited the inequalities of power that made the stories of certain people unrecordable. Taking up these two texts, explain what they mean. In each of these texts, what are the conditions that impede our access to our past and our history? What are the consequences of this erasure for our present-day lives? How do they negotiate our lack of knowledge? What strategies do they suggest to address this dilemma? Make sure to reference specific passages from each text to provide evidence for your answer.