Over the last 30 years, I have interviewed hundreds of survivors of the Cultural Revolution in order to uncover the victims who have been systematically neglected in China’s historical literature. Violent attacks were particularly common against teachers and occurred in every school without exception, for example, 14 Chinese scholars who studied at the University Chicago between 1913 to 1950 were tortured to death. Though these narratives come from Chinese history, I believe the injustice and death that the Cultural Revolution caused can serve as a lesson for the world beyond China.