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Commuting problems: Central Indiana’s lack of public transportation limits access to good jobs

Not everyone in Central Indiana has access to a good job with family-sustaining wages. For many in Marion County the problem is transportation: an...

Hoosiers try to find footing in job market

Kimberly Simmons has heard the tropes about people being too lazy and not wanting to work. It’s a tempting analysis with all of the...

Report finds lack of access and support keep Black students from choosing STEM careers

For most of his life, Quincy Jones had plans to become a doctor. He studied molecular biology in college and got a master’s degree...

Mays launches new business

Civic and business leader Carolene Mays recently launched Black Leadership & Legacies Inc., a business designed to develop Black leaders for organizational leadership, board...

Photos: Cook Medical opens new facility at 38th and Sheridan

May 3 marked the grand opening of Cook Medical’s new medical manufacturing facility on the city’s east side. The facility, near the corner of...

You’ve Heard of Food Deserts, but what about Banking Deserts?

A 2015 Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) survey found that 26 million Americans are credit invisible. One in ten adults in the United States...

Kearney: Winemaker overcame obstacles of race and gender

With its vivid colors, ripe fruit aroma and ability to induce nostalgia, sangria was the ideal place to begin my wine journey. Its sweet...

Longtime leader of Mid-States MSDC resigns

Carolyn E. Mosby, president and CEO of Mid-States Minority Supplier Development Council (Mid-States MSDC), has resigned effective June 30. Mosby is the fourth leader...

Where Newfields is 1 year after viral job description led to CEO resigning

It’s been 14 months since Newfields came under fire over a job description for a new director that said applicants would need to “maintain...

Trinkle: Indiana must do more to put more Hoosiers of color and women onto and successfully through its tech education pathways

Finding and retaining talent is job No. 1 for the Indiana tech workforce, but the traditional education path is working for only a small...

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