Highlights from our amazing Black History Month Celebration

Category: "Inspire" Stories

Date: March 15, 2023

Last month, we hosted an incredible Black History Month Celebration in Dallas. The event was a huge success and we wanted to give you a glimpse of the fun and excitement as we honored Black history and culture!

In addition, we want to thank all of you who helped put this amazing event together and provided us with so many opportunities to learn historical facts about Black history, enjoy great food, dancing and fellowship — a true testament of our core value of Family!

At Integrity, we recognize the importance of celebrating Black History Month. It’s a time to honor the contributions and achievements of African Americans throughout history, and to reflect on the ongoing struggle for racial justice and equality. February was a special opportunity to bring our community closer together and inspire us all to continue learning, growing and supporting one another.

Thank you all for being a part of the Integrity family!

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