It’s been nearly a year since our city was changed forever. The killings of Alton Sterling and three police officers created raw racial divides—and perhaps deepened ones that already existed. As we reflect on the ways Baton Rouge has changed over the past 365 days, we wanted to talk to the people taking action: doing the hard work to improve race relations, providing resources for the underserved, celebrating multiculturalism and working to defeat stereotypes. Our team sat down with change-makers of all races working to build a better future for all. We don’t pretend to have the answers, but these are the people asking the tough questions. Because this city will get better, if this group has anything to say about it.