Memphis Interfaith Coalition
for Action and Hope

Better Transit for a Better Memphis: 2022 Transit Equity Day 

Stand up for accessible transportation in Shelby County at these community events!

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Transit Equity Day Community Forum,
Co-sponsored by MICAH and the Sierra Club
February 4th, 2:30-4 PM
Register on the MICAH website.

BLDG Memphis Pizza with Planners:
Demystifying Transit Funding
February 1st, 5:30-7 PM
Register here.

Rhodes College Memphis Mobility Symposium
February 3rd 6-8 PM, February 4th 9 AM-2 PM
Register here.

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Our Three Pillars

Click HERE to learn more about the problems, solutions, goals, etc of the Education Task Force!

Click HERE to learn more about the problems, solutions, goals, etc of the Race and Class Equity in the Justice System Task Force!

Click HERE to learn more about the problems, solutions, goals, etc of the Economic Equity Task Force!

 

Partners

Click here to see a full list of all of the faith-based, labor, and nonprofit organizations that are a part of MICAH.

If your organization would like to join us, please email us at partnership@micahmemphis.org.

ABOUT US

MICAH (Memphis Interfaith Coalition for Action and Hope) is a coalition of community and faith-based organizations joining together to give a more powerful voice for issues of justice in our city. Our current platform concentrates on three pillar issues, economic equity, education equity, and race & class equity in the justice system. We organize and speak to our community and its leaders, always seeking to "do justice, love mercy, and walk humbly with our God." The purpose of MICAH is not to replace each congregation or community organization's efforts, but instead to amplify the voice and the impact by working together interdependently. 

MICAH follows the community organizing methodology of the Gamaliel Foundation. Gamaliel has worked successfully with communities across the country, including Nashville, where NOAH (Nashville Organized for Action and Hope) has become a force for change and an influencer of community policy on affordable housing, criminal justice, and economic equity.  

 
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How can you contact MICAH?

We would love to hear from you! 

 

Email: info@micahmemphis.org

Mailing Address:

MICAH

P.O. Box 40852

Memphis, TN 38174

To request we share information about an event with our members, please email paige@micahmemphis.org. Note that we cannot necessarily promote or announce an event during our regular meetings without advance notice. 

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