In the words of Dylan Richmond, “2020 is not the apocalypse; it’s the revolution.” Dylan and his twin brother Ethan, both recent graduates of Daniel Hand High School, have given voice to the experience of Black people in a town where they were always seen as different. They have experienced racism firsthand—Ethan shared that one time a White woman told a White man that he looked suspicious. The White man was his father. The twins’ shared experience has motivated them to speak up and educate the community on how we can all do better. They helped organize and spoke at a peaceful rally held in Madison on June 13. They say their work is not yet done and they are no longer afraid of speaking up.