In light of the quick spread of COVID-19, this situation makes us reflect on humanity’s interconnectedness across the globe. We depend on each other to protect, advocate, and take care of one another. Unfortunately, a historical pattern that also arises in times of crisis is the scapegoating of marginalized communities through racist and xenophobic propaganda, policies, and inequitable distribution of resources. This is contradictory to values of various religious traditions and spiritual practices of compassion, generosity, and solidarity. For example, Interfaith Movement for Human Integrity’s headquarters is located in Chinatown, Oakland - a lively neighborhood that thrives from the local economy and is home to many community resources. We have noticed that anti-Asian prejudice has risen in the past months and it is lamentable as this community has a high percentage of elderly who are at risk of contracting the Covid-19. Instead of scapegoating, we must be aware of the racial inequities that exist in public health and health care systems. We invite you to act in solidarity with the poor, the working class, people incarcerated, immigrants.