The USC Institute on Inequalities in Global Health, in partnership with the USC Dornsife Equity Research Institute, the USC Sol Price Center for Social Innovation, the USC-Keck Human Rights Clinic, the USC Keck Division of Global Emergency Medicine and the 2021 USC SDG Leadership Academy, hosted a virtual panel to highlight the range of work happening across USC to address COVID-related inequalities in Los Angeles. The panel, which took place Sept. 16, included faculty and students from across the university who shared current work and joined in a discussion with the audience on key issues to moving toward a just recovery in LA. The presentations highlighted differences in how each group was tangibly trying to understand and make a difference here in LA, employing different methodological approaches and working with different partners — all to best address the devastating impacts of COVID on the most vulnerable in our communities. The panel was lively and informative and ended with a call to action for all participants to engage in this work to help move our city forward. Watch the full panel recording here.