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Indianapolis nonprofit celebrates 30 years of empowering men and their families  

A buff-brick building sits on a busy one-way street near Downtown Indianapolis. It is swallowed by a host of maple trees, the Indianapolis Children’s...

Indiana’s low-income scholarship program has low participation as officials call for auto-enrollment

College can open a world of opportunity, but one thing getting in the way is equitable access to higher education. Since 1990, Indiana’s 21st...

Homelessness down 9%, but African Americans still overrepresented in annual count

Black families represent 82% of families with minor children experiencing homelessness, according to the Coalition for Homelessness Intervention and Prevention (CHIP). “Particularly black female-led households...

Martindale-Brightwood resident takes pride in ‘inflation fighter’ garden

Under the blazing sun and humid air, Komoyaka King stands beside his overflowing garden. Beyond his large straw hat, he looks toward the tall,...

Girl Talk empowers the next generation of female youth

There’s this little thing called adolescence, a crucial stage in a woman’s life when she’s searching for her identity. Sonya Cook, as a teen...

1st Impression provides job interview clothes for men

Thousands of men are released from jails and prisons every year in search of employment. On the road to recovery, many do not have...

Harrison Center artist Nabil Ince wins $75,000 grant

Musician and educator Nabil Ince will use a $75,000 grant to highlight the effects of gentrification and cultural erasure on three historical Black neighborhoods...

Wilma Gibbs Moore fellows to study anti-Black racism in Indiana

The murder of George Floyd in May 2020 ignited Indiana Humanities to create an equity-focused fellowship in honor of one gifted storyteller. Each year a...

Financial literacy program to teach everything from budgeting to risk management

OneAmerica and the American College of Financial Services will launch a virtual financial literacy program in August. The program is available for anyone but...

Free genealogy event for Black families

If you want to discover your family history, there is a free opportunity coming your way June 4. The free genealogy event “Find Your Family,...

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