The Work

HTEI is committed to providing resources and opportunities for family, friends, and neighbors to advance equitable causes in their town. Below are links to some of the ways we are making this happen!

HTEI has been organizing a series of virtual town hall meetings to raise awareness and understanding around key topics affecting community members. Have a look for some recordings of our most recent sessions!
HTEI is committed to amplifying the voices, businesses and creative endeavors of Black, Indigenous, and People of Color (BIPOC) in our local community. Our Friday Feature posts on social media shine a spotlight on the amazing work of BIPOC and allies.
As you dive into getting involved with HTEI, we suggest you become familiar with some of the best resources our group has come across regarding identity, bias, and how to engage in productive dialogue on these important topics.
HTEI will often publish children's literature reading lists to compliment heritage months, holidays, and events throughout the year. You can also find these lists right here. Each cover image below is linked directly to CamCat, the Camden County Library System's online catalog.
HTEI is hosting two book studies for adults and teens centered around books related to LGBTQIA+ topics. Check here to get involved!
HTEI is honored to partner with the Haddon Township Government and Mayor Randy Teague to put on the first ever Pride Parade in town! We're excited to provide this opportunity for our community to come together and celebrate our LGBTQIA+ community members, neighbors, and allies.