In the summer of 1942, Jews in Antwerp were arrested and deported en masse. Eighty years later, a group of sixth-year pupils from a super diverse school in Antwerp meet with some surviving relatives of the Jewish families who were deported. They also meet the sons and grandsons of the men involved in the raids. For too long, we have been silent about our collective responsibility for what went wrong that summer. What can we learn from that past today?