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Reentry program helps budding entrepreneurs create economic opportunities

By MONTEZ WILLIAMS Giving people a second chance is woven into the fabric of our country. However, as nice as a clean slate sounds, it’s...

Small grocery store owner has big dreams for northeast side neighborhood

You can’t see it yet, but Rachelle Jackson-Wells can. Open-face freezers stocked with milk and meat, more shelves to hold cans and boxes of...

Year in Review: Indianapolis Public Library CEO resigned amid racism scandal, funding loss

The controversy started with a Zoom call May 24.   During a virtual board meeting, members of the Indianapolis Public Library (IndyPL) board of trustees heard from a former employee about how she...

Year in Review: Ujamaa Community Bookstore opened at Flanner House

The Ujamaa Community Bookstore opened its doors at Flanner House as a space to spotlight not only books, but also Black businesses, art and...

HIM by HER Collegiate School for the Arts + Foundation

Kara Kavensky Harry Dunn III and his wife, Michelle Dunn, both former police officers, were inspired to launch a school focused on Helping and Improving...

Pandemic caused a good problem for this young business: Unexpected growth

By TIFFANY COKER As an entrepreneur, everything often falls on you. The hours you work, the rates you charge, when you accept new clients and,...

Old National Bank joins housing partnership as part of discrimination settlement

Old National Bank will increase mortgage lending to Black borrowers and majority-Black neighborhoods as part of a partnership with Fair Housing Center of Central...

Overcoming obstacles one step at a time

By JERWANA LASTER Standing on your own two feet is how you support yourself. We rely on our feet to stand, walk, run and so...

Six Sigma program helps Cummins fulfill mission

The Six Sigma Racial Equity Initiative, a program for Black female professionals to earn a certification in problem solving, removes some of the barriers...

Indianapolis Public Library’s climate study survey distributed

After months of in-fighting among the Indianapolis Public Library (IndyPL) board of trustees, library workers finally received a climate improvement survey Dec. 9. Board...


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