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Women4Change Indiana, alongside ACLU and Common Cause Indiana, spoke out about how Indiana can fight for voter equity at their movie screening and panel discussion on May 8 at...

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The first time Harriet Tubman School of Excellence (HTSE) founder Jeremiah Lockett golfed, he was confident since he was a multiple sport athlete growing...

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The Central Indiana Realtist Association (CIRA) provides African American Hoosiers keys to building wealth and becoming homeowners while giving Indianapolis real estate professionals a...

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Dr. Darrius Stanley, author of the book “#Black Educators Matter”, says that Black educators have historically provided much more than academic instruction in the...

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Five of the best views and brews at Indy’s rooftop bars

Rooftop Garden Cocktail Lounge 1105 Prospect St. Open every day, 6-11 p.m. (1 a.m. on Fri. and Sat.) Located in the heart of Fountain Square, the Rooftop Garden offers an array of...

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With a mission to inspire Indiana natives to celebrate the state flower, the Indiana Peony Festival on May 18 will be booming and blooming...

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Washington Park Steppers, a local dance group, is celebrating diversity and community with free salsa and Chicago style stepping lessons. The dance group will host...

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Indiana’s first Black rock music festival is about to make history. Legendary artists such as Gary Clark Jr., Joy Oladokun and Robert Randolph Band will...

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