© The Author(s) 2021. COVID-19 has again exposed the inequality and injustice of race and power deeply rooted in patterns, discourses and institutions. I am writing this article to bring attention to how we need anti-racist feminism now even more than ever. Feminism in social work offers an act of engagement, realization, application and praxis of ideas that challenges the normative response to rethink marginalized and oppressed individuals’ suppressed thoughts, voices and lived realities amid the pandemic lockdown. This inclusive article recognizes and acknowledges that the stories, ideas, experiences, vision, and life of every individual matters.