Inclusion, Equity, Engagement (IEE) Caucus

About IEE

The Inclusion Equity and Engagement (IEE) Caucus is a caucus of the ACM that exists to make recommendations to the ACM board of directors on policies and practices to ensure that no individual is discriminated against within the organization.
Our caucus meets annually and is open to all ACM members. It exists to be your voice.
More information for this webpage is being finalized. Stay tuned for updates!


IEE Leadership

Chair, Barbara Chisholm
Vice Chair, Ann Theis
Secretary/Treasurer, Jackie Steven
IEE Representative to National Board, Barbara Chisholm


IEE June 2017 Blog Post: Engaging Youth in Media

Written by: Barbara Chisholm, Executive Director, WACA TV

WACA TV has been engaging youth in media for over 20 years.  There are several media opportunities that young people can participate in at WACA TV.  For example, summer production workshops where we instruct middle and high school youth in all aspects of media.  They learn scriptwriting, set and prop design, acting, filming both in the studio and on location, and post/production. Continue Reading Story


IEE Featured Station: Native Voice TV

Every week, NVTV Host Rose Amador LeBeau invites indigenous people from all walks of life to tell their stories.

Every week, NVTV Host Rose Amador LeBeau invites indigenous people from all walks of life to tell their stories.

Written by Donna Liu

Of all the TV shows out there that speak to the principles of Inclusion, Equity and Engagement, perhaps none is more poignant than Native Voice TV, a weekly program that has been produced in Northern California since 2004, and is still going strong. Poignant, because some of the least-heard voices in America belong to the people who were here first. In the words of their own  producers, “Native Voice TV seeks to provide a voice for Indigenous people to tell of their struggles and injustices that are often ignored by the mainstream media.” Read the full story here


Resources

IEE Operating Rules Procedures

Tips from a Youth Coordinator

Tips from a Youth Coordinator 2

2016 IEE Resource Guide