The COVID-19 virus has laid bare the devastating racial and ethnic inequalities that hover over America. By almost every single health and socio-economic indicator, Latinos are faring the worst out of any group in our nation. A significant percentage of employed Latino workers hold low-paying jobs that form a large part of the “essential” workforce. Latinos who are employed are experiencing disproportionate cuts in their hours and wages. As a result, housing and food insecurity have become endemic among Latinos. During this session, panelists discuss ways we can work together to build resiliency and strengthen the economic prospects of our families. Prefatory remarks by the Honorable Dr. Raul Ruiz, Chairman of the Hispanic Congressional Caucus, United States House of Representatives.