Carving spaces for dialogue, for inner reflections into who we are, how we came to be, and who we want to become will be an instrumental step toward eliminating disparities and building a world grounded on social and racial justice. A fascinating and promising study by Broockman & Kalla (2016) showed the power of dialogue in reducing prejudice for at least three months and increasing support for laws that protect against discrimination, even when presented with counterarguments for such laws. Human-to-human interaction was the key, having a 10 minute conversation that helped people envision the prejudice transgender people face by thinking back on the times they might have felt injustice. Witt Siasoco, the artist behind this portrait of George Floyd, has been long committed to connecting teens with the arts and selected by Americans for the Arts to be among Emerging Leaders of Color.