Black and Latinx populations are disproportionately being infected by the coronavirus and dying from COVID-19. Health experts and activists say this pattern reflects long-documented inequities—in employment, health care access, environmental quality, and more—in the United States, making it a civil rights issue. In New York City, Latinx people make up 29 percent of the population but 39 percent of COVID-19 cases, and, in New York, Black and Latinx patients are dying at twice the average rate. Housing activists are protesting nationwide, including a “car caravan” tenant protections protest outside of Mayor Eric Garcetti’s house in Los Angeles and a highway block to demand rent cancellation in Missouri. In line with these demonstrations, recent plans released by racial justice and civil rights organizers center housing stability measures, such as moratoria on rent, mortgage payments, evictions, and utility disconnections, in their demands to lawmakers.