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BLACK HISTORY MATTERS 2023 SPECIAL EDITION

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IUI honors Black Maternal Health Week with town hall

Indiana University-Indianapolis hosted a guest panel Thursday, April 11 to discuss the infant and maternal health care issues modern Black American women face. Taking place during Black Maternal Health Week,...

The death of a King and the birth of a legacy

The Kennedy King Memorial Initiative held its 56th annual commemorative event, “Still we reach: Together we can."

All-girls research team captures eclipse for NASA

Girls STEM Institute research team captures images of eclipse for NASA.

All-girls charter school approved by City-County Council to open in Washington Township

By SYDNEY DAUPHINAIS The all-girls charter school Girls IN STEM Academy is planned to open in the former Witherspoon Presbyterian Church. City-county officials approved the...

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“The King and I” returns to the Beef and Boards stage 

The classic love story of Anna and King Mongkut has returned to Beef and Boards Dinner Theatre.  On stage now through May 19, Rodgers and Hammerstein's “The King and I”...

Andrea Bocelli joins ISO for Indy performance

Italian tenor Andrea Bocelli is returning to the city for a special performance with the Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra as part of his North American...

Poetry in Indianapolis: impact, influence and empathy

April is National Poetry Month, and Indianapolis’ poetry scene has deep roots in Black culture. Indianapolis-based poets Etheridge Knight and Mari Evans were both well-renowned...

Famous pianist Michelle Cann turns blunder into brilliance

On Saturday, April 6, renowned pianist Michelle Cann wrapped up her Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra debut with her final performance of Tchaikovsky’s first piano concerto....

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