What We Do
Our mission is to promote peace among all, by fostering a deeper, more nuanced understanding of Muslims and other faith-based, racial/ethnic, and cultural communities, through teaching, learning, and engaging across differences.
Working to Make a Difference
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The Latest From INGMore Updates
ING Welcomes President Biden’s SCOTUS Nominee Ketanji Brown JacksonToday, President Biden announced his nomination for Supreme Court Justice, Ketanji Brown Jackson, poised to be the first female African American judge on the Supreme Court. We at ING took notice that Judge Jackson, a lawyer and a judge, is the proud daughter of public-school teachers and has siblings and other family members who are… Read More
Responding to Bullying of Muslim StudentsTo help teachers tackle typical bullying scenarios that Muslim students encounter, we provided suggestions that were published by the educational media hub weareteachers.com. The article provides strategies for educators to respond to the following typical scenarios:Bullying Situation #1: A fifth grader calls a Muslim classmate a “terrorist.”Bullying Situation #2: A… Read More
Muslims Stand with their Jewish NeighborsBy Henry Millstein, PhD, Content Consultant As the Jewish community and people of conscience around the world commemorate Holocaust Remembrance Day, it is timely to reflect on the persistence of anti-Semitism and what some people are doing to counter it. The news media have rightly brought the recent hostage situation… Read More
Listening to Those We Serve
I thought that the training [by the Muslim speaker] was outstanding. It was relevant, informative, and engaging… this is training that all public officials could benefit from, and I learned a lot about Muslims that I did not know. Everything we learned can be put to practical use and will ensure we continue to offer the highest standards of service to all members of our community.
This was a very educational panel and presentation by the speakers today [Muslim, Jewish, African American, Asian American, Indigenous, and Hispanic]. Anyone who hasn’t had or taken the time to learn the roots of structural and historical elements of racism, colorism and what we can do about it would gain a great deal from this ING panel.
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