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Booing of anti-racism gesture reinforces need to take a knee

By ROB HARRIS BURTON-ON-TRENT, England (AP) — What should be the perfect opening to England's European Championship campaign — in its home stadium on a...

Teen who recorded Floyd’s arrest, death wins Pulitzer nod

By AMY FORLITI MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — The teenager who pulled out her cellphone and recorded the police restraint and death of George Floyd, helping...

Announces 1,150th graduate

Eleven Fifty Academy recently graduated its 1,150th student. Started seven years ago, Eleven Fifty offers accelerated courses in software development and cybersecurity courses for...

Cultural Competency Part 4: health care

Recently, the NFL agreed to drop race bias in concussion claims. It had previously been settling concussion claims using a "race-based formula that assumes...

Cultural Competency Part 3: education

Discrepancies in education started way before 1865, considering there was only one educational system in place created by, and for, those who believed themselves...

From 13-hour days to 6-month sabbatical, Pastor Johnson finds time for rest

Jeffrey Johnson Sr., the longtime pastor of Eastern Star Church, will spend the next six months doing the things he mostly neglected for 33...

‘Black women are targeted’: racial reckoning in Indianapolis Public Library

Black workers at the Indianapolis Public Library (IndyPL) continue to come forward to discuss their experiences with racism throughout the system. Staff members from...

IU researcher: Pandemic confirms how low-quality jobs affect African Americans’ health

As 25-year-old Torian Jones sorted out the fresh produce section at Cleo’s Bodega grocery store, he put the bad tomatoes in a small box....

Incident with district police officer left Black teacher ‘stressed and anxious’

A school police officer in Franklin Township accused a Black teacher of lying about being a faculty member to get into a soccer game...

Indianapolis Public Library launches summer reading programs

As students begin their summer vacation, the Indianapolis Public Library (IndyPL) announces its 102nd annual summer reading program.  This year’s theme, “Discover,” encourages students to...

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