The COVID-19 pandemic has highlighted inequities among Black individuals. The health and societal divisions directly related to the pandemic were accompanied by physical violence perpetuated against Black Americans illuminated in the social consciousness. Despite these inequities, postsecondary educators and administrators are tasked with serving our Black students utilizing culturally responsive methods. We reflect on the impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic on the educational experiences of Black students in higher education, discuss our personal experiences as the only Black professor and only Black administrator in our college at a PWI, and offer some implications and suggestions for best practices.