OICA Celebrates Black History Month

Today, OIC of America will begin a month-long salute and reflection of the many contributions African Americans have made to the rich fabric that makes up The United States. The OIC of America network celebrates the legacies and gifts made by African Americans all year long. However, Black History Month is the one month that we reflect on and remember African-Americans’ life-changing contributions from the past and present-day as a nation.

On this first day of Black History Month, we invite you to explore and celebrate Black Americans’ central role in shaping American history and their extraordinary contributions to the world. OICA will showcase Black excellence in the upcoming weeks- the beauty and complexities of being Black in America and beyond. We hope that you will join us on this journey. 


OIC is a national 501(c)(3) non-profit organization preparing people for today's workforce with quality life skills development, fundamental education, superior job skills training, and employment readiness services.




Each day leading up to 4/23 is a celebration of the life and legacy of our founder, Rev. Dr. Leon H. Sullivan. Every day will be a journey for each year since he transitioned. Join us on 4/23 at 1pm for a virtual celebration of his legacy. RSVP at oicofamerica.org


Dr. Leon H Sullivan was awarded The Presidential Medal of Freedom, the highest civilian award that the American government can give, by President George H. W. Bush, 1991. Join us on April 23 at 1pm. RSVP at Facebook.com/oicofamerica #MovingMountains20Years #DrSullivan20Years


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