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Local farm works to end food deserts

Since its inception in 2016, Flanner Farms has worked to end food deserts on the Northwest side of the city, and nearly seven years...

Black patients and white coats: Cultural sensitivities in healthcare for Haitians in Indiana

There are over 20,000 Haitians living in the state according to the Haitian Association of Indiana. A growing population means more awareness of Haitian culture is needed to understand how they approach healthcare.

Churches start free group therapy sessions for Black men

What began as a onetime men’s fellowship breakfast is now a mental health movement to create a safe space for Black men in churches across the city.

Help is available for free for families dealing with substance use disorder

Community Fairbanks Recovery Center is renaming its Family Support Center to ‘Family Connections’. The new name reflects free services offered to families of those known or suspected of having substance use disorder.

‘Healthy You, Healthy Me, Healthy One & All -The Village’

April was National Public Health Month. In celebration, the Minority Health Coalition of Marion County acknowledged the work being done with a special event...

Black patients and white coats: Tackling health care bias

Under the Patient Bill of Rights, people have the right to request a new doctor, nurse or caregiver. They can also get a timely response to requests from medical professionals.

Local artist creates Rev Indy helmets auctioned for a good cause

Amiah Mims, artist and entrepreneur, was commissioned by Rev Indy to design 10 themed helmets for their 10th annual fundraiser at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway.


Life by itself is a difficult task, let alone the idea of becoming a parent and now being fully responsible for another individual. This...

The struggles of Black men and mental health

Black men lack the resources and support that is needed for them as it pertains to mental health. It is rare that a Black...

Parental death can devastate children. An Indianapolis group is expanding grief support

By DARIAN BENSON One in 12 children in the U.S. will experience the death of a parent or sibling by age 18 according to JAG Institute,...


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