The Micah Project
Established in 2007 by clergy who wanted to see real change in their communities, the MICAH Project is a faith-based, social organization working to create innovative solutions to problems facing the people of New Orleans and the surrounding areas. The MICAH Project represents a non-partisan, multi-racial collective of clergy along with their congregations who are united for a common good.
The MICAH Project believes that great accomplishments can come from the faith community. We belive that in providing families and our religious congregations with the motivation, inspiration, and resources to Walk Humbly for Justice to change lives for the better.
Our focus is to develop leadership while helping to empower people to improve public schools, increase access to healthcare, and address affordable housing issues to better our communities.
Daniel Schwartz, Executive Director
Arlexia James, Program Coordinator
Denise Graves, Organizer
170 Broadway St. Suite 235
New Orleans, LA, 70118
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