We are listening, asking questions, learning and taking action. IEA serves children of all ages and backgrounds; we understand that the dialogue about inequality and violence will look different in each family. These conversations are important for us all. Our children are watching us – they want to help us create a more just and civil society that embraces equality and condemns racism. As an organization, IEA celebrates differences. We teach tolerance, respect and acceptance for all, regardless of race, religion, sexual orientation or background. We hope to inspire change in our nation by modeling integrity, respect and understanding. IEA strives to offer a welcoming space for conversation and healing, a space where uniqueness is honored, and discrimination and violence are never tolerated. Yet we know we can do more.
We invite our entire community to the conversation and hope that you will dialogue with us by sending your feedback and suggestions. IEA is taking the following actions:
We have gathered a collection of resources that may be of assistance, and we will continue to update this list on IEA’s blog. Please continue to share articles, books, podcasts or videos that have been helpful for your family!
IEA is committed to listening to your voices, and we will work together to create social justice. Thank you for allowing IEA to be a part of your lives.
This section will be updated regularly as we receive feedback and resource suggestions from the IEA community.
Books about Racism: