Chronic kidney disease affects more than 1 in 7 adults in the U.S., and the condition takes a disproportionate toll on people of color. Some causes are genetic, but studies have shown that social determinants of health, structural racism and implicit bias can result in Black and Hispanic people facing disparate kidney health outcomes. The COVID-19 pandemic reversed progress being made in saving lives from CKD, particularly among communities of color. Achieving health equity in kidney disease is a complex challenge that brings together providers, community health organizations and patient groups alike to find actionable solutions and meaningful policy moves on a number of fronts. In this webinar, hear from an expert panel about some of the most promising efforts underway to improve access to the most effective kidney care for all.