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Politically Speaking: Election 2020 — Galvanizing Voters During a Global Pandemic and Economic Downturn

Politically Speaking: Election 2020 — Galvanizing Voters During a Global Pandemic and Economic Downturn This panel discussion will educate the community about voter suppression efforts that range...

Hogsett calls for community input

Mayor Joe Hogsett is calling for public participation in the review process of the Citizen’s Police Complaint Office (CPCO), which investigates allegations of improper...

Nonprofit guide for volunteers

Nonprofit organizations interested in being included in the Get on Board 2020 Nonprofit Guide from Leadership Indianapolis can apply by completing this form by Sept. 23.  The...

Reimagining police in Indiana: Are there any clear answers?

Community members, police officers and local officials will all tell you changes are needed when it comes to policing in Indianapolis. But depending on...

‘Challenging my assumptions’: Holcomb addresses Indiana’s racial disparities

Editor’s note: Gov. Eric Holcomb sat down with the Recorder for a one-on-one interview immediately after unveiling his equity and inclusion plan for Indiana. If...

Protesters voiced demands, met with tension

As a group of roughly 40 people began to gather outside of Walker Plaza at 1 p.m. Aug. 6, Indy10 Black Lives Matter organizer...

Reed family gets autopsy report

The family of Dreasjon Reed now has the autopsy report nearly three months after he was killed by Indianapolis police. The Marion County Coroner’s Office...

‘Elicit a change’: protests then and now

Mmoja Ajabu was 19 when Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. was assassinated. He was in the military at the time, in training in Missouri....

Free construction training for Near West and Near Northwest residents

A free construction program will begin in August on the Near West and Near Northwest sides of Indianapolis. A collaboration between The Indiana Construction Roundtable...

National Association of Black Veterans call for transparency, justice

The Indianapolis chapter of the National Association of Black Veterans (NABVETS) held a press conference July 2 to go over a list of demands...

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