The second episode of the Community Engagement series was moderated by District of Columbia Chief Judge Anna Blackburne-Rigsby, who introduced several of the Community Engagement pilot sites. Participants discussed their experiences in planning and convening engagements with court users and stakeholders in minority communities, including young adults and Native Americans. The speakers showcased how their teams work both individually and collaboratively to engage the public while also advancing understanding of how courts can best overcome social inequities and bias and build trust. They were joined by social scientists from the University of Nebraska Public Policy Center and the Michigan State University School of Criminal Justice, who engaged in a lively discussion about the science of public participation and its implications for more meaningful community engagement. The panelists also discussed the multiple types of participation being used in the six Community Engagement Pilot projects and the findings emerging from those engagements.