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Corporate, civic organizations launch racial equity pledge

A coalition of corporate and civic organizations pledged to advance racial equity for African Americans in Central Indiana. By signing the Indy Racial Equity Pledge,...

Residents at apartments managed by Satchuel Cole allege neglect, exploitation

Residents at Garfield Terrace Apartments, managed by Satchuel Cole, are considering the possibility of legal action against Cole after the social justice activist was...

IMPD to update K-9 policy

Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department is in the process of updating guidelines for its K-9 unit. If the policy change is approved, police dogs would only...

Committee decides to not define ‘consent’

The Interim Study Committee on Corrections and Criminal Code met Oct. 6, and despite calls from the community, decided not to recommend proposed legislation...

‘People over politics:’ Myers’ bid for governor

As a child in the Martindale-Brightwood area, Dr. Woody Myers never thought he’d run for governor. Throughout his career as a physician and as...

Remembering James “Radio” Snow

It was a strange sight at first — a tall, slim, African American on the sidewalk at the intersection of 38th Street and College Avenue,...

Gubernatorial debate

The Indianapolis Recorder is proud to partner with Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, NAACP and African American Coalition of Indianapolis to present a gubernatorial candidate...

The IMPD team adding more ‘empathy’ to policing

For several days in a row, Sgt. Lance Dardeen’s squad car was the only transportation an Indianapolis man was comfortable riding in.  The two went...

‘Tough Guy Syndrome’ is bad for mental health

In 2013, a group of researchers tried to solve a problem when it comes to understanding mental health for African Americans. Research that was focused...

‘I was going broke’ — a side effect of mental illness

When Kayla was diagnosed with depression in 2017, it took doctors four months to find a medication that worked for her. During those four...

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