Founded in 1993, the Islamic Networks Group (ING) is an organization dedicated to building peace and fostering an understanding of Muslims, Islam, and other marginalized and misunderstood groups, "to promote harmony among all people." This national network of speakers and educators works to promote diversity and cultural awareness through presentations, workshops, panels, social media campaigns, online curriculum, and more, in order to challenge stereotypes and prejudice. On the page linked above, visitors can navigate the menu at the top to sections for scheduling panels, presentations, and cultural diversity seminars for schools, colleges, community groups, law enforcement, corporate environments, healthcare, and more. Readers can also explore the educator curricula, become an ING speaker or affiliate, or join youth or interfaith programs. Visitors will also find details about the organizations' governance boards and staff, program information, impact statements, a blog, and information about upcoming events. Readers can follow on Twitter (@ING_org) to stay in touch.