The coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) pandemic has had a significant impact on the health of people globally . Yet, not all people are being affected by this crisis equally . In the United States, this pandemic has exacerbated long-standing inequities and entrenched structural racism . At the onset of the crisis, few data were available detailing the demographic characteristics of individuals with COVID-19 . However, as data emerged, it became apparent that communities of color were disproportionately affected . To illustrate these inequities, we analyzed publicly available race and ethnicity data on COVID-19 cases and deaths and were one of the first groups to compile these findings . We launched a social media campaign to highlight these racial and ethnic inequities and raise awareness among public and elected officials . Given the tremendous amount of missing data, we demanded transparency in state reporting of race and ethnicity data . Using both messaging and mapping tools, we publicized state and city efforts to address these inequities, focusing on the creation of task forces tackling the racial inequities of COVID-19 . As racial and ethnic data on COVID-19 cases and mortality became more widely reported, statistics emerged about the downstream effects of these inequities . Despite initial false reassurance that COVID-19 largely spared children, the pandemic has exacerbated many social needs, leading to significant negative impacts on children . For example, as pediatricians, we saw how worsening food insecurity was affecting children . Using social media and infographics, we launched an additional stage of the campaign to illustrate these inequities and highlight advocacy opportunities.