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Black History Matters

The Indianapolis Recorder: Informing and connecting for 127 years

A Voice for The Voiceless: 127 Years of the Indianapolis Recorder https://www.wthr.com/article/news/local/a-voice-for-the-voiceless-127-years-of-the-indianapolis-recorder-oseye-boyd-black-owned-newspaper-african-american-stories-indiana/531-3cadb777-31bf-4afa-918a-289c055ff9d5

Residents still remember ‘Neighborhood of Saturdays’

Head south toward Lucas Oil Stadium, and it’s nearly impossible to tell that you’re driving through the remnants of a once thriving neighborhood made...

New essay collection celebrates Black librarians

A new essay collection, “The Black Librarian in America: Reflections, Resistance and Reawakening,” has been released by the Black Caucus of the American Library...

‘You have to do the work’: James Monger reflects on CLD lessons

James Monger stepped into the real world better prepared than most. He spent his formative years at the Center for Leadership Development (CLD), then...

Herd Strategies: 1 decade later

Denise Herd has always had the entrepreneurial spirit. As an undergraduate at Clark Atlanta University, she and some friends had a balloon business for...

Sigma Gamma Rho celebrates Black excellence, yesterday and today

In 1922 — when the Ku Klux Klan had a stranglehold on Indiana politics and culture — seven Black women at Butler University founded...

How 2 sisters helped change the culture at Purdue University

Like other members of his family, Ralph Jefferson III heard the soft rumblings of Purdue University possibly honoring his late mother and aunt, who...

The quest to get Montford Point Marines honor they deserve

Mallorie Berger was browsing the internet one night about four months ago when she came across an article about the Montford Point Marines, who...

Discovering a passion for helping others

Niko Harbosky shares his journey from real estate broker to his current position as a commercial banking analyst at JPMorgan Chase. He is chair...

Historic Coretta Scott home where she wed MLK now forgotten

By JAY REEVES Associated Press MARION, Ala. (AP) — Bullet holes pock a rusted mailbox outside the vacant home where Martin Luther King Jr. and...


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