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Black community should consider the vaccine; I did

So I did a thing. I got the COVID-19 vaccine dose No. 1.  Me. Well educated, informed, afraid and adamant that I would not. It took...

Learn more about housing advocacy

Understanding the ins and outs of housing can be intimidating, especially for someone who cares enough to get involved but doesn’t have the time...

2020 Crisis and COVID-19 Fatigue is Harmful to Millions Around the World

As the world is experiencing a huge spike in positive COVID-19 cases, the frustration of having to rearrange our lives to deal with this...

Amid the pandemic, more Black families on the brink of homelessness

Three times a week, an Uber ride on Indianapolis’ east side helps to save the life of bright-eyed, 11-year-old Jay’Shawn Roberson. Every other weekday, Jay’Shawn...

COVID-19 positive tests are spiking again, so here’s how to protect yourself

The positive news that an effective COVID-19 vaccine has hit the market and will be available relatively soon to everyone who wants it, is...

Health Department on a mission to get African Americans to take COVID-19 vaccine

Dr. Virginia Caine did not mince words when she spoke to members of the local NAACP chapter Jan. 7 about the COVID-19 vaccines. There will...

Virtual forum: Racism is a Public Health Crisis

The Greater Indianapolis NAACP Branch and the Indianapolis Recorder will host an educational forum — "Racism is a Public Health Crisis" — at 6...

COVID-19 vaccinations starting to ramp up, schools working with new metrics

The county health department will begin to administer COVID-19 vaccines next week to those who are eligible. The vaccine is currently available for licensed and...

Doctor’s COVID-19 death inspires bill for ‘cultural awareness’ training

A prominent lawmaker wants to make sure the final days of Dr. Susan Moore’s life, which were chronicled in an emotional video, lead to...

I’m Just Sayin’: This is how Black people die

Dr. Susan Moore’s powerful words are both compelling and an all too real concern among large segments of the Black community in hospital settings. These...

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