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ISAAC Public Meeting 2014

ISAAC gets support for Youth PROMISE Act, Equal Opportunity K-12 Funding, Very Early Childhood Focus, and Sunday Buses All 450 people at the ISAAC Public Meeting on 10/9/14, rose to their feet in an instant when middle school student and Freedom School Scholar Jumica Golliday recited the poem he wrote and said, “Stand up and […]

Building a more just community! 2014 Public Meeting – October 9

“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. […]

Youth PROMISE Act – Add your voice!

This is an easy but powerful way to help change the dynamics that lead to youth violence! It’s a national effort that ISAAC has joined, which would make a huge difference for us locally. Please do your part!

ISAAC Banquet Awards 2014

ISAAC honors Kalamazoo Public Schools, County Board of Commissioners, Friends of Transit & Rev. Rick Tyson THANK YOU to everyone who came to the ISAAC 2014 Banquet! It was a joyful celebration of the past year’s accomplishments, with lots of inspiration for the work to come, from award-winning keynote presenter Elise Bryant and singer and […]

2014 Banquet – Love Will Guide Us

“Love Will Guide Us” is the theme of the ISAAC 2014 Banquet. Please put the date on your calendar: Saturday, March 29, 5:00 seating and 5:30 program, at the WMU Bernhard Center ballrooms. The keynote speaker is an inspiring educator, Ms. Elise Bryant, who’s known in the DC area for her ability to bring people […]

What has ISAAC accomplished lately?

TRANSIT Until this fall, there was no bus service to Pavilion Estates, a large mobile home park east of Sprinkle Road. But with the help of Friends of Transit (founded by ISAAC & Disability Network Southwest Michigan), residents there gathered signatures and spoke to the Kalamazoo County Transportation Authority and Metro Transit. The residents of Pavilion Estates have had a shuttle to the closest bus ever since, and they are about to get regular bus service!