Starting a new habit is hard enough, now imagine changing the practices of entire groups of people. Behavioral Leadership in Education, Novel Science, and Dissemination (B.L.E.N.D.), a research lab based out of The Chicago School of Professional Psychology Chicago Campus, rises to the call to action to build our behavior analytic repertoires to include additional cultural humility practices within the domains of our more common applications (Wright, 2019; Tervalon & Murray-García, 1998). Presenters will discuss “old” and “current” practices that, although well-intentioned, threaten culturally-informed, inclusive applications. An acknowledgement of previous work has to be critically analyzed while, and Buckminster Fuller states, creating a new model that makes the old obsolete. We can increase kindness within behavior analysis and work with families for what they want without losing the science behind behavior. The bare minimum is no longer enough, and we encourage you to rise to the challenge within your practice.