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Martindale-Brightwood group breaks ground on townhomes project with other improvements planned

A new project in the Martindale-Brightwood community will bring new, affordable housing with the goal of not displacing current residents. The Rural Street Comprehensive...

Closely watched corporate-community development plan launched in Indianapolis

Less than a year ago, the corner of 38th Street and Sheridan Avenue offered a mostly empty parking lot and a bus stop. There...

Indianapolis Urban League announces 1st round of grants totaling $21M

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

Workforce pilot program to help Indiana businesses increase equity 

Business Equity for Indy (BEI) will launch a two-year workforce pilot.   It is designed to help companies implement evidence-based strategies to reduce disparities, increase equity...

What’s a credit score and why is it important

Your credit score is a number that tells a story of who you are as a customer. The good news is that understanding how...

IBE Black Business Training Institute provides resources, networking

When Indiana Black Expo put a call out for 25 businesses to participate in a six-week program for Black businesses, 125 showed up. Undaunted by...

Supreme Court decision may slow transition to cleaner energy

By CATHY BUSSEWITZ NEW YORK (AP) — The Supreme Court ruling limiting the Environmental Protection Agency's authority to regulate greenhouse gas emissions from power plants...

Summer Celebration returns with concert, conferences and more

The 2022 Indiana Black Expo Summer Celebration is back with all the familiar favorites from concerts to an education conference to a health fair...

Black alliance created to ensure Indiana’s electric vehicle deployment plan is equitable

Headed to one of the three public, in-person meetings about the electric vehicle infrastructure plan in Indiana, Denise Abdul-Rahman got lost. The meeting was at...

This summer, students are planning their own return to the office

By: Mambu Sherman, Vice President, Global Philanthropy, JPMorgan Chase & Co. With offices and workplaces closed during the pandemic, many young people looking for work...

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