Rockwell’s painting depicts two black children, a boy and a girl, and their cat moving into a new home. Two white boys, a white girl, and their dog are staring at the new children. There is a bunch of furniture behind the black children, and the moving truck is parked mostly behind the white children. The artist shows the children as opposites by positioning them on either side of the center, and one set of kids has a cat, while the other set of kids has a dog. Although at first glance these kids are opposites, Rockwell uses color to show unity between the two sets of children. One of the white boys’ shirts is yellow. The black children have yellow furniture. The white boy with the baseball cap has the same color scheme of clothes as the young black boy. Both girls have pink bows in their hair.