The American Academy of Emergency Medicine (AAEM) was established in 1993 to promote fair and equitable practice environments necessary to allow emergency physicians to deliver the highest quality of patient care. For over 25 years, AAEM has been a leader in protecting board certification in emergency medicine and confronting the harmful influence of the corporate practice of medicine. We support fair and equitable practice environments that allow emergency physicians to deliver the highest quality of patient care. The Justice, Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion Section (JEDI-AAEM) Section was created in 2020, with the inaugural section leadership starting in 2021. With over 250 members joining in the first two years, membership steadily increases each year. JEDI-AAEM serves to promote and increase diversity throughout the practice of emergency medicine (including but not limited to race, ethnicity, religion, gender, sexual orientation and ability) throughout our subspecialty at every level of leadership. The JEDI-AAEM Section aims to actively support and mentor underrepresented minorities and culture champions at various stages of education, training and career, as well as collaborate with reputable organizations that support such efforts. A portion of each sale goes back to JEDI-AAEM to support their goals and educational initiatives.