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Building a stronger, safer, healthier future for our community means that...WE MUST Build a Drug-free, Crime-free, and Disease-free ENVIRONMENT for youth and their families.



Councilman
Reuben Salters


OUR HISTORY:
Since 1971, the ICCL has provided a home for the aspirations of inner city youth and their families.  Beginning as an athletic program, the League later expanded its focus to include the arts.  This change gave the League a broader impact and the ability to address the needs of these local citizens.  Since its inception more than 500 young people have attended programs that have trained dancers, drummers, actors, and scholars.  The combined programs of the League reach more than 30,000 people annually.
OUR MISSION & PURPOSE:
The mission of ICCL is to provide information about the arts and cultures of America and Africa to the greater Dover community and beyond.  A fundamental feature of this mission is to improve the lives of young people ages 6 through 18 by igniting their creative potential and awareness through the visual and performing arts, including the arts of Africa.

Our purpose is to prepare those young people and their families for community service through active participation in artistic and cultural activities.
                                                   

                                               

                                
                                           

Before and After Construction:

      
 



  
    The new cultural center is NOW OPEN !!

Please help us continue OUR MISSION.

Your contribution TODAY will help ICCL continue to provide our valuable programs and services in the new facility - a clean, safe environment for learning and cultural enrichment.












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Past ICCL Events

Elementary Arts Instruction 



Professional art instruction is available on a weekly basis.  Our program is designed to enhance visual arts education for  inner city community youth.
Initial research indicates that at an early age, people have an appreciation for music and art. The Inner City Cultural League, Inc. provides opportunities for young people ages 5 to 21 to explore their innate creativity and artistic skills.


Professional art instruction is available on a weekly basis.  Our program is designed to enhance visual arts education for  inner city community youth.



Initial research indicates that at an early age, people have an appreciation for music and art. The Inner City Cultural League, Inc. provides opportunities for young people ages 5 to 21 to explore their innate creativity and artistic skills.






  Accessing a Crime-Drug-and-  
  Disease-Free Environment
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PROGRAM PERIOD:  1 JUNE through 31 JULY

 

A PROGRAM DESIGNED TO TEACH
COPING SKILLS...TO RESIST THE TEMPTATIONS 
OF DRUGS, CRIME, AND STREET VIOLENCE 

Serving youth 8 to 18 years old, this is an extended Summer Program that covers an eight week period. The program is held bi-weekly and is measured by a pre-test and a post-test. Anti-Drug counselors, police, Social Service agencies, schools, churches, recreational programs and other agencies, collaborate to provide community youth with professional training and teaching.  The program is also offered to the participants of  our in-house programs each month.  

The Inner City Cultural League, Inc. provides administrative and logistical support to this program and is supported in turn by the Dover Police Department, the State Office of Prevention and Early intervention and the Dover’s Delaware Caring Community Coalition. Pre- and post- tests measure the effectiveness of this program. 

Schedules are announced in local media at the end of the school year and during the program. 

For Information CALL: 302-883 -2180
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