This project aims to proactively address equity gaps for racialized minorities in calculus courses at El Camino College, responding to a nationwide call for racial and social justice in 2020. Despite the increased accessibility to transfer-level math courses through AB 705, disparities persist, notably seen in Math 190 (Calc 1), where the overall success rate was 50.7%. However, when disaggregated by race, the success rate for Black/African American and Latinx students was only 38.5%, compared to 68.2% for White students. With the support of the California Learning Lab, this initiative will launch an “Active Learning Strategies Workshop Series,” engaging calculus faculty in syllabi and course material restructuring for the Fall semester. Anticipating an impact on 15 faculty members and 525-1,050 students, the outcomes, including faculty-reviewed course results and student survey responses, will be shared with the El Camino Community and California Learning Lab Partners, fostering a commitment to rectify equity disparities in STEM education.