Islamic Cultural Preservation and Information Council (ICPIC)

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The Islamic Cultural Preservation and Information Council's annual Islamic Heritage Festival and Parade.
The Islamic Cultural Preservation and Information Council (ICPIC) gives the following descriptive information:
Islamic Cultural Preservation and Information Council (ICPIC) was founded in 1991, our educational and cultural programming was developed to inform and preserve our rich cultural heritage here in America. ICPIC's primary purpose is to preserve and document our rich cultural heritage and legacy to pass on to future generations and to foster intergroup awareness, respect, tolerance and multicultural understanding by way of public forums, workshops, classroom presentations, youth and senior citizen programs, festivals, art exhibitions, literature, and multimedia outlets.

The Islamic Cultural Preservation and Information Council is a 501C3 nonprofit coalition of university scholars, educators, multi-disciplinary artist, parents and individuals striving to preserve, protect and elevate our cultural heritage of Islam in America. We are not a proselytizing organization; our purpose is to provide forums for the academic study and artistic expression of traditional and contemporary Islamic arts, culture, history, literature and beliefs.

ICPIC's primary purpose is to preserve our rich cultural heritage and legacy to pass on to future generations and to foster intergroup awareness, respect, tolerance and multicultural understanding by way of public forums, workshops, classroom presentations, youth and senior citizen programs, festivals, art exhibitions, literature, and multimedia outlets.

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