K-12 schools and higher education institutions are experiencing steady racial and cultural shifts that are affecting interactions, relationships, and ultimately, school and student success. The lack of cultural humility and civility in these spaces create conditions for conflict to grow between the primary stakeholders. Conflict recovery is an approach to address the overall issue by engaging in reflection, renewal, and restoration of broken and bruised relationships. It is how one acknowledges their authenticity and cultural conditioning to inspire authentic interactions and relationship. The book begins by suggesting a reframing of how we conceptualize diversity and equity. Then, you explore the origins and intersection of cultural humility and civility and the importance of those concepts to support student success. There are opportunities to engage with the content through thought-provoking questions and you will follow how a fictitious school implements the concepts to support conflict recovery, especially when those conflicts are grounded in cultural biases and misunderstandings of others. The section half of the book is dedicated to the role of teacher, leader, counselor in K-12, and provides suggestions and ideas for higher education institutions to consider as they create policies, practices, and experiences that will allow students to further engage their cultural humility.