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That ain’t how the story goes: Wabash College’s first Black student

The story goes that he was the first Black student at Wabash College. The story goes that he was dismissed because the community did not want him there. “No one even knew his name until I finally found it in 2022,” said Timothy Lake, an associate professor of English and Black studies at Wabash College.

EmpowerHER: Tackling Black maternal health disparities in Indianapolis

The nonprofit organization MelaMama Maternal Wellness hosted the “EmpowerHER: Navigating Black Maternal Health” event in collaboration with IU Health’s infant and maternal health team on Saturday, Jan. 27, 2024, at the Ruth Lilly Health Education Center in Indianapolis.

Black-owned restaurants to try during NBA All-Star Weekend

The 2024 NBA All-Star Weekend is attracting thousands of visitors to Indianapolis, including a few celebrities and renowned TikTok food reviewer Keith Lee.  Those visitors...

Impact and innovation: The Indianapolis Recorder

What began as a two-page church bulletin by co-founders George P. Stewart and William Porter, now hails as one of the top African American publications in the nation.

Indiana’s HB 1002: Addressing antisemitism or silencing free speech?

Those in opposition fear HB 1002, which cites examples of antisemitic speech, could make it illegal to criticize the Israeli government for their attacks on Gaza.

Stephen Curry and Sabrina Ionescu go head-to-head in first NBA vs. WNBA 3-Point Challenge at State Farm All-Star Saturday Night

NEW YORK – NBA all-time 3-point leader and Golden State Warriors guard Stephen Curry and WNBA single-season 3-point record holder and New York Liberty guard...

The Super Bowl is set: Mahomes and the Chiefs will face Purdy and the 49ers

By ROB MAADDI AP Pro Football Writer Patrick Mahomes, Travis Kelce and the Kansas City Chiefs are heading to Las Vegas with a chance for...

Breaking barriers: Lisa Hardin’s Odyssey in redefining supplier diversity

Across the United States, the summer of 2020 served as a nexus moment—sparking corporate commitments to supplier diversity. However, long before that moment, companies...

2024 Champions of Diversity: Champions for change

The 17th annual event has grown in popularity, and this year its footprint expanded to a national level through the Minority Business Review alongside the Indiana Minority Business Magazine.

The Indianapolis Foundation Releases President’s 180-Day Summary Report

The Indianapolis Foundation is honored to share the reflections and insights gathered by Dr. Lorenzo L. Esters, during his first six months as President...

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