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Thank You for a Great Issues Convention!

President Elder Doug King, Executive Director Dr. Charlae Davis and the whole ISAAC family want to thank everyone who worked hard on issues presentations and all who attended to vote and support this work of justice.  You are awesome! Here’s Mlive’s coverage: “ISAAC chooses poverty, racism, housing as top Kalamazoo issues“ And here’s our media advisory […]

Kalamazoo Community Foundation highlights ISAAC

ISAAC sends a heartfelt thank you the Kalamazoo Community Foundation for including our Beloved Community work in their recent issue of Partners in Philanthropy!  Thank you to all the Partners in Philanthropy for demonstrating your love for the Community! ISAAC in partnership is working so that Kalamazoo is a place in which our deepest values of […]

Enroll or Re-Enroll NOW for “Obamacare”

If you already have Affordable Care Act “Obamacare” coverage you must re-enroll between November 1st and December 15th for coverage in 2018.  Call 800-318-2596 or go to to enroll or re-enroll. Click here for more details.  Please spread the word! Thank you to the Health Care presenters at the Issues Convention for highlighting this […]

President’s Message

There is a time for everything and a season for every activity under the heavens… Ecclesiastes 3 A time to pray A time to talk A time to work together A time to rally A time to march… And NOW more than ever it is TIME TO GIVE to the organizations who are in the trenches doing the work […]

Choose ISAAC Issues For Next Two Years

Education, Poverty, Housing, Racism, Health Care, Immigration.  Which 3 of these should the 28 congregations & organizations in ISAAC work on together for the next two years?  Come vote! ISAAC 2017 Issues Convention Thursday Evening, October 26 6:30pm Registration – 7:00pm Presentations & Voting Christian Church – Disciples of Christ 2208 Winchell Ave, Kalamazoo 49008 These six issues […]

Stand up: Protect the Vote – Public Forum

Voter suppression—making more difficult our right to vote—undermines our democracy. Voting is what makes each of us equal to the other. In our democracy, it is the one exercise that is our ultimate expression of citizenship. Mt. Zion Baptist Church and ISAAC are hosting The League of Women Voters Kalamazoo’s “Stand Up: Protect the Vote”, […]

Equitable Funding for Public Education

The citizens of Kalamazoo have expressed concerns about the funding model for public schools. The current model has resulted in under-resourced public schools that are not able to adequately address the needs of children in poverty or English Language Learners. If you would like to advocate for more resources to provide high, quality K-12 public […]