Together, We Can Make America Even More Beautiful!

Our Vision and Mission
[I-CARE] Institute for Citizenship Awareness and Responsible Engagement
seeks a world where people live positive core values as stated in the 10 Commandments and Golden Rule; as full Citizens with both Rights and Responsibilities in a fair and just society. The Institute supports the work of James Meredith to promote true Christian values, U.S. citizenship, and responsible engagement to transform our nation and help America lead the world.

Principles and Programs

God’s Simple Plan

"…the principal problem is the breakdown of moral character. We've got to focus on what the Bible says, teaching the Ten Commandments and the Golden Rule to every child."

Responsible Citizenship

Citizenship as a personal mindset asserts one’s own constitutional authority, and  recognizes one’s responsibility to contribute to society, as well as benefit from it.

Educational Excellence

Each American citizen is challenged to commit right now to help children in the public schools in their community, especially those educating disadvantaged students.

Economic Independence

There is no independence- personal, social, or political- without economic freedom.  Create ethical businesses, jobs, and wealth for true leadership and influence.

James Meredith, an American warrior for full citizenship, is the first known Black person, in 1963, to graduate from the University of Mississippi; and in 1966 led the “Walk Against Fear” to inspire Black people in Mississippi and the United Statea to register and vote.

WHAT I HAVE LEARNED
Only the family of God can solve the problems of our time.”  James Meredith

Discover How You Can
Participate and Make a Positive Difference

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[I-CARE] International Institute for
Citizenship Awareness and Responsible Engagement

info@icareUSA.org  /  www.icareUSA.org  / 662.483.0656

PO Box 12085, Jackson MS  39236

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