With the rapid internationalization of education, our institutions are increasingly diverse environments. Yet, architecture schools continue to struggle with attracting and retaining under-represented minorities and our curricula remain steadfastly euro-centric in content and structure. The 2016 AIA Diversity Survey and the 2017 Women in Architecture Survey conducted by the Architectural Review reveal that not enough is changing. In our current culture of #BlackLivesMatter, #MeToo, #TimesUp and many other essential social movements, why are our educational and professional environments not better supporting and aligning with the changes needed for equity in architecture? Why are these voices not being seen, celebrated and centered in education and in our profession?