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Veteran Hoosier living with mental illness wins NAMI national board seat, plans to focus on law enforcement training

Ray Lay, a 66-year-old Black veteran Hoosier, was recently elected to the national board of the National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI). His election...

Black women are being diagnosed with HIV at higher rates than other groups

Sheila Muhammad tested HIV positive in 1990, when she was just 26 years old and pregnant with her third child. She was shocked, angry and...

Veteran Hoosier living with mental illness wins NAMI national board seat, plans to focus on law enforcement training

Ray Lay, a 66-year-old Black veteran Hoosier, was recently elected to the national board of the National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI). His election...

COVID-19 delta variant: What to know

The delta variant of COVID-19 now accounts for almost all new cases in Indiana and across the country, prompting renewed calls for masking and...

Some Black patients wait for days to get crucial blood transfusions

Latisha Bryant’s friends know her as the life of the party, the fashionista who is obsessed with shoes. At 48, she has a pink ombre...

Pop-up vaccine clinic at Carson Transit Center

IndyGo will host a free pop-up vaccine clinic from 2-6 p.m. July 30 at the Julia M. Carson Transit Center, 201 E. Washington St....

New campaign hopes to destigmatize domestic violence

A new campaign launched by the Indiana Coalition Against Domestic Violence (ICADV) shares the stories of survivors, in their own words, to decrease the...

Virtual conference to discuss mental health, award scholarships

Nine speakers will discuss mental health and 10 college scholarships will be awarded during the virtual Speaking Truth And Never Doubting Unlimited Potential (S.T.A.N.D....

Golf outing raises funds for community projects

Martindale-Brightwood Community Development Corp. will host the ninth annual William “Bill” Crawford Golf Outing on July 30. This event will honor former State Rep. Crawford...

Girls Who Brunch Tour stops in Indianapolis for sixth year

If you walked the gymnasium of James and Rosemary Phalen Leadership Academy on July 10, you would have seen the Girls Who Brunch Tour...

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