The purpose of this research study was to explore how school social workers humanize Black Indigenous People of Color (BIPOC) while using Social and Emotional Learning (SEL). BIPOC students continue to endure racism, social and cultural barriers in the education system till this day. As school social workers continue to take up space in school sites, the results showed that BIPOC voices have been amplified and modifications have been put in place to meet BIPOC needs. Using qualitative methods, ten school social workers with their Pupil Personnel Services Credential (PPSC) in San Diego County were interviewed. Significant themes that were identified included school social workers implementation of SEL, restorative practices, cultural and structural barriers, the impact of COVID-19 using SEL, and the humanization of BIPOC students.