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Building a More Inclusive and
Equitable America

Who We Are

We’re Americans of diverse ethnic and religious backgrounds working together towards peace in our country and around the world.

Our Team

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.

Support

We support educators and trainers with speakers and online curriculum

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Train

We train educators and trainers about diverse populations

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Gather

We provide opportunities for people of all backgrounds to engage with one another

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How We Do It

Tailored Content

We tailor our presentations and panels for each audience group. No two ING presentations or events are alike.

Expert Speakers

We select speakers who represent their communities through their identification with and active membership in community organizations.

Professional Development

We train educators and trainers to train their co-workers and add to their internal Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion policies.

Online Resources

We produce content that supplements existing courses or curriculum and addresses contemporary issues.

Working to Make a Difference

Based on surveys and evaluations by requesters of our programs,
this percentage of them report the following

96%

report ING content is relevant, and fulfills their needs and expectations.

98%

give high ratings to our speakers’ skills in knowledge, delivery, and effectiveness.

96%

report high rates of satisfaction with our presentations and panels.

Upcoming ING Events

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The Love of God and Neighbor in Islam

Saturday, July 9th, 2022

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Getting to Know Muslim Americans and Their Faith

Monday, July 11th, 2022

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Muslim Holidays

Friday, July 22nd, 2022

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Let’s Talk About It!

Saturday, July 23rd, 2022

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The Latest From ING

More Updates

Thank You for Making ING's Annual Supporters Dinner a Success; 10/16/09

ING News & Information, 10/16/09 * Thank You for Making ING’s Annual Supporters Dinner a Success * “A Common Word” Conference at Georgetown University * Upcoming ING Events * Join ING as a Volunteer Speaker Read More

ING Condemns Deadly Attack at Ft. Hood; 11/6/09

Islamic Networks Group (ING) Condemns Deadly Attack at Ft. Hood and Offers Condolences to the Victims and Their Families (San Jose 11/5/09) Islamic Networks Group (ING) condemns in the strongest terms the deadly attack on Ft. Hood that left at least 12 people dead and 31 injured. ING states, “We condemn this heinous attack on fellow Americans that has taken the lives and injured so many. We urge and support law enforcement in their investigation and prosecution of this criminal act to the full extent of the law. We offer our heartfelt condolences to the victims, their families, and the entire local and national community. While the motive behind this shocking attack is still unclear, we strongly assert that such actions have no place, no validity and no support in our society and community and we categorically abhor and reject such senseless violence, which cannot be justified by any motivation. ING stands with fellow Americans in supporting and praying for the victims and theirfamilies.” Read More

Guide to Preventing Hate Crimes and Reporting Harassment; 11/6/09

To plan and coordinate a response to potential hate crimes and incidents that may result from the Ft. Hood attack which occurred on Thursday, November 5, 2009, ING President Maha Elgenaidi joined the U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Incident Community Coordination Team (ICCT) conference call today between federal agencies–that included the Dept of Defense, FBI, Dept of Justice and Dept of Homeland Security–and national Muslim, Arab, and South Asian groups. On the call, Maha expressed concerns for the immediate and human impact of this tragedy on innocent Arabs and Muslims who may be associated with the perpetrator’s ethnicity and religious identity irrespective of his motivations, which are still unclear. Several agencies said they would release guidelines for ensuring the safety and security of Muslim and Arab populations, which are forthcoming. Read More
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Listening to Those We Serve

The entire experience of planning a series of seminars with ING was inspirational. They did an amazing job. The ING team welcomed input along the way which allowed each session to be even better than the one before it. We will continue to work with ING as I am confident that they will continue to provide value in our work.

City Human Resources Director

I thought the ING seminar, “Preventing and Responding to Anti-Muslim Bigotry,” was an extremely valuable training for law enforcement, especially in today’s day and age with all the misunderstandings and misperceptions of the Muslim community…I feel this training will help my staff and I in developing better relationships and in responding to the needs of our community. I highly recommend this training to others.

Police Captain

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