The Intercultural Community Center of Dearborn
This intercultural community is unique and highly needed in today’s world. We define “intercultural community” as one “in which there is a deep understanding and respect for all cultures. Intercultural communication focuses on the mutual exchange of ideas and cultural norms and the development of deep relationships. In an intercultural society, no one is left unchanged because everyone learns from one another and grows together.”
AT THE TIP OF YOUR FINGERS
Addressing Food Insecurity in Dearborn
Providing food and assistance to children through Blessings in a Backpack and to college students through the food banks at UofM Dearborn and Henry Ford College.
ICCD Aims to Address Environmental Concerns
Educational opportunities to learn about PFAS and other environmental concerns in SE Michigan which are being addressed by groups affiliated with the ICCD
Community Garden and Living Healthy Lives
Affiliated members of ICCD participate in the community garden located on the grounds of Christ Church, as well as other Dearborn initiatives for healthy living such as Martial Arts, AIS stretching and Leaders Advancing and Helping Communities with food and other education classes.
Mon - Fri: 9am - 1:30pm
Sat: 10am - 2pm