Like so many in the mental health community we at the Child Mind Institute have been deeply troubled by the story of “Grace,” a Black teenager incarcerated for not doing her court-mandated schoolwork. Grace has ADHD and, like many students with learning disorders, lost much-needed school supports during the pandemic and has struggled with remote learning. For that a judge put her in jail. The impact of racial disparities in the diagnosis, perception and management of learning disorders on BIPOC students is too often left out of the discussion about racial justice. That has to change. Please for a frank, thoughtful conversation with Dr. David Anderson and Dr. Stephanie Lee on learning disorders, race and the damaging effects of the school-to-prison pipeline.