Scholarly communications facilitate knowledge sharing, inform policy at multiple levels, and drive academic and public discourse by deciding what kinds of work and authors are made visible and credible through platforms such as journals and conferences. Given the impact of science to drive public discourse and policy, it is important that we as informaticians discuss our work in a respectful and thoughtful manner. Specifically for informatics work related to healthcare, the language we use can dismantle or perpetuate dominant narratives that continue to harm marginalized and historically excluded communities and patient groups. Therefore, use of inclusive language could be viewed as an essential DEI competency to engage in professional and scientific discourse. Toward this goal, the AMIA DEI Committee has been charged with developing the Inclusive Language and Context Style Guidelines (ILCSG). The ILCSG serve as a guide for what language to use and to avoid in our scholarly work, while also providing context and references for all of us to learn about the reasoning behind these decisions. The workshop will start with a walk-through of the ILCSG, followed by interactive activities that guide the participants on how to apply the ILCSG to their work. The participants will join a panel of representatives from informatics journals and editorial boards to hear about their DEI policies and practices. The event will close with a poster/networking session for exchange of ideas.