Amaze champions safety and belonging for all children and families.
AMAZE is a non-profit organization that works to create safe and respectful communities for all children.
AMAZE programs are used from coast to coast in early childhood programs and home childcare programs, elementary schools, after-school programs and in colleges and university teacher education programs.
AMAZE challenges bias and bullying through practical classroom tools that foster discussion and skills for healthy identities and healthy relationships.
We engage children directly in making their own environments safe and welcoming for everyone.
We teach parents, educators, and other caring adults how to promote the knowledge, attitudes, language, and skills needed to work together across our differences.
We do this because we recognize that ending bias is not just about teaching children kindness. Ending bias can literally save children’s lives.
AMAZE has presented at these conferences:
National Association for the Education of Young Children
National Association of Multicultural Education
National Association of School Social Workers
National Association of Family Child Care
Education Minnesota
National White Privilege Conference
National Gay and Lesbian Task Force—Creating Change, Iowa Governor’s Conference
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