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Former library board member: City-county council aware of allegations

This story has been updated to reflect the full statement from city-county council President Vop Osili and a statement from library board member Hope...

How ending federal pandemic unemployment programs could impact Black Hoosiers

In April 2020, when Indiana’s unemployment rate hit a record high of 16.9%, Tamarria Fernandez’s food service job was among the casualties. Fernandez, a cafeteria...

Indiana Poor People’s Campaign demands to end poverty and homelessness

Indiana Poor People’s Campaign held a press conference June 7 asking Indiana legislators to support the Third Reconstruction resolution, a 19-page document addressing issues...

Indianapolis Housing Agency to receive $1.5M to assist homeless

Indianapolis Housing Agency announced it will receive $1.5 million to provide Emergency Housing Vouchers to people who are homeless or at risk of becoming...

IBLC to hold town halls

The Indiana Black Legislative Caucus (IBLC) will discuss the 2021 Legislative Session during three virtual town halls. The town halls will be 6 p.m. June...

IBLC founding member dies

Hurley Goodall, who served for 14 years in the Indiana General Assembly and was a founding member of the Indiana Black Legislative Caucus (IBLC),...

Indianapolis fixing the roads cautiously traveled

The good news: The city will spend $25 million to fix roughly 60 miles worth of residential streets throughout Marion County. Mayor Joe Hogsett...

IRS chief expects new child payments to start this summer

By MARCY GORDON WASHINGTON (AP) — It's a strain, but the head of the IRS said Tuesday he expects to meet the July 1 deadline...

Report: Nonprofits more active in advocacy, education but work is still ‘shallow’

A report from Indiana University found more nonprofits in Indiana do advocacy and public education work than they did almost 20 years ago, though...

State tweaks youth employment requirements, removes schools from process

Some Indiana employers will have to use a new system to register youth employees, and schools will no longer issue work permits, according to...


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