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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...

Police release body cam footage of Herman Whitfield III’s in-custody death

Police released the 911 call and body camera footage from the incident that left Herman Whitfield III dead after an apparent mental health crisis...

An abortion ban is likely in Indiana. Some doctors say women’s health will suffer

Dr. Caitlin Bernard couldn’t hold back tears June 24 at her office in between patient appointments after she heard about the Supreme Court’s decision to overturn...

Many sickle cell patients are no longer children, but the system has not caught up

One night when Paul Gakpo was 9 months old, he fell sick and wouldn’t eat. His parents grew worried and rushed him to a...

‘They let us down drastically’: Family of Herman Whitfield III files wrongful death lawsuit against city, officers

The family of Herman Whitfield III, who died April 25 while in police custody during an apparent mental health crisis, filed a wrongful death...

Grand reopening of Madam Walker Legacy Center, Babyface inducted into Walk of Fame 

Kenneth “Babyface” Edmonds recalled memories of driving past the Madam Walker Legacy Center while growing up. Back then, the building was called the Madam...

‘I can be down with this’: What fatherhood has taught a young dad

“The best dad I ever had” is how 11-year-old Mason Ponce describes his father, Prince Glover. Although Ponce is not biologically Glover’s, you wouldn’t...

Black church starts weekly mental health event, push for better mental health policies

Rev. Shauna Lipscomb saw a shift in her son, Timothy Kimbrough, emotionally and mentally, after he sustained a traumatic brain injury while playing football. “It...

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