Vast inequities persist in the field of overdose prevention, with overdose rates climbing among communities of color who face lower access to treatment and harm reduction services. What can we do to help turn the tide and build an equity agenda in our communities? Join for a two-part virtual event to learn about the systems, policies and practices that contribute to inequities, and steps you can take to drive change. The first hour will include an engaging presentation followed by Q&A to surface the most pressing barriers participants face towards embedding equity in their work. The final 30 minutes will be interactive, with participants answering a series of reflection questions to identify practical steps they can take in their organizations and communities moving forward. This Web Forum is sponsored by the National Overdose Prevention Network, a program of PHI Center for Health Leadership and Impact and produced by Dialogue4Health.