“People are hungry for ways to end youth violence, to give disadvantaged children a fair start, and to get transit on Sundays,” says Rev. Doug King, pastor of Grace Covenant Ministries and President of ISAAC. “ISAAC is advocating four policy changes to address these issues. On October 9, public officials and candidates in the Nov. 4 election will be there to announce whether they are in support. All people who care about building a more just community are needed at the meeting.”
ISAAC is calling for Sunday Bus Service, Equal Opportunity K-12 Education, The Raising of Kalamazoo County (Early Childhood), and The Youth PROMISE (Prison Reduction through Opportunities, Mentoring, Intervention, Support and Education) Act.
The meeting is free, with free child care. Gifts are gratefully accepted. Zumba Dancers, Freedom School children and youth, Grace Covenant Ministries Worship Leaders and The Band from Sunnyside United Methodist Church perform, beginning at 6:15. Doors open at 6:00 for the 7:00 pm meeting at Mt. Zion Baptist Church Fellowship Hall/Gym, 120 Roberson St. at North Burdick in Kalamazoo.
Twenty congregations and community organizations that work together to build a more just community in Kalamazoo County invite you and your family and friends to be there.
Build a more just community!
Public Meeting! SAVE the DATE
Thursday October 9th at 6pm
Mt. Zion Baptist Church
120 Roberson St at N Burdick
Youth Violence Prevention – Housing – Early Childhood & Education – Transit
Free event with free child care!
Bring your congregation or organization! And your friends and family! Our presence in large numbers shows our public officials how much community support there is for policies that build a more just community!PRINT & POST FLYER