Maya brings in a grief counselor to help the rest of Station 19 process their grief over the killing of George Floyd.
Ben tells Diane he's conflicted over what he teaches his sons and how he responds when dealing with the police.
Maya talks about how she didn't know racism and police brutality was such a problem and contemplates how to best help her fellow firefighters, afraid protesting will cost her her career.
Travis feels guilty talking about the racist attack and hate crimes that have been going on against Asian Americans, including his mother.
Andy discusses her view of the police, and how growing up, they were the good guys. She's had a hard time reconciling that with the image of police today.
Vic talks about how she wants to fix things, but that she can't fix this. She also speaks about how she can't believe people didn't know this was a problem.
Diane gives Jack some tough love and explains the benefit of his white privilege, even if he did grow up in the system.
Dean doesn't say anything and just cries.
Sullivan rants about how their is no excuse to what happened to George Floyd. He later tells Andy he regrets considering stopping Dean's lawsuit.
The episode ends with everyone going out to protest.