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In a tough economic environment like the one we are currently mired in, there is nothing more important to businesses than cutting out the...

Recession Causes Income and Home Ownership Declines Among Indy’s Blacks

The ravages of the Great Recession are sharply impacting Indianapolis’ African-American community, according to data released Tuesday by the Census Bureau. The 2008 American...

Policy Organizations to Congress: Full Recovery Impossible Without Attention to Communities of Color

Washington, D.C. — Representatives from the Center for American Progress Action Fund and leading organizations advocating on behalf of communities of color testified today...

Telemarketing/credit services complaints on the rise

Attorney General Greg Zoeller and the Chief Counsel of the Consumer Protection Division, Abby Kuzma, announced consumer complaints are on the rise compared to...

Prince Hall Shiners coming to Cincinnati

A major fraternal organization will hold its convention to Cincinnati in 2011. The Prince Hall Shriners are expected to bring more than 25,000 members...

Winning financially

“Winning is not a sometime thing. It’s an all time thing. You don’t win once in a while, you don’t do things right once...

Poverty hits 1 in 8 Americans

About 2.5 million Americans slipped below the poverty line as recession and layoffs hammered the economy last year, driving poverty to its highest level...

Poverty hits 1 in 8 Americans

About 2.5 million Americans slipped below the poverty line as recession and layoffs hammered the economy last year, driving poverty to its highest level...

Indian farmers told not to lose hope over lawsuit

American Indian farmers and ranchers involved in a decade-old lawsuit against the federal Agriculture Department were told Thursday not to lose hope. Dozens of...

Indian farmers told not to lose hope over lawsuit

American Indian farmers and ranchers involved in a decade-old lawsuit against the federal Agriculture Department were told Thursday not to lose hope. Dozens of...

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