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Indianapolis Urban League announced a total of about $21 million in grants to 52 organizations as part of its Indianapolis African American Quality of...

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Black creatives, vendors, small business owners and others celebrated Black joy during the first weekend of August. Events included a black party at Flanner House and an outdoor festival.

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A New York Times bestselling author will visit the Center for Black Literature and Culture at Central Library on Aug. 9 for the launch...

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The Eugene and Marilyn Glick Indiana Authors Awards announced its shortlist of books eligible for honors Aug. 4, and eight of the 40 books...

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