A cancer diagnosis is one of the most difficult challenges a person and their family can face in life. Unfortunately, this challenge is even greater for some communities with various barriers—limited health care access, fewer cancer screenings, diagnosis at later stages, fewer treatment options offered—preventing them from getting the best care possible. Patient advocates from the African American, Latino, and Native American communities join us for a discussion of racial disparities in cancer care, self-advocacy, and building a support network. They will discuss social determinants of health, limited resources (financial and otherwise), and difficult relationships with health care teams. Moreover, they will discuss finding organizations and resources for knowledge and support, seeking out a second opinion, finding a clinical trial, and ensuring that your voice is heard. Together, they believe in empowerment through education and that you can control your cancer journey.