THE MISSION OF SICIA
YOUTH OUTREACH PROGRAM
To provide leadership and guidance for
academic achievement, social competence,
spiritual awareness, and promote activities
that are designed to help build character, self-
esteem, empowerment, and acceptance of
FORMED In 1991: Co-Founders
Bride Mother Pamela Lathan &
Sister Denise Duncan
Provide activities to help the youth develop socially, physically, emotionally, academically & spiritually.
Toddlers up to age 21
Workshops with various topics about life and life-sustaining techniques are taught.
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Black History is not just one month per year. We should explore the real
history of our people and the impact that we have had on the United
States and in the world. In 2020 we saw people around the nation learn
about and embrace Juneteenth. Juneteenth was well known in parts of
the south among African-Americans but not much in the North and
especially outside of the black community. Our young people are the
future but they will make the same mistakes if they do not know where
we have been. This topic is one that should cause our youth to go and
explore unknown stories about our people in History. Come to this
workshop and share some less commonly known African-American’s in
history that have accomplished small and great things so that we build
the knowledge of our young and old people in Israel. An example, who is
a prominent black person from the battle at the Alamo that is often
glazed over in the story?
By Sister Elaine Thompson
FEBRUARY 13, 2021 12PM EST 3PM PST)
African-Americans Are Responsible For What Most People Enjoy Today!