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An empowered youth-centered response to addressing youth-centered concerns can only be established through tru dialogue

Tru Colors Indy, Bloom Project Inc., DONT SLEEP, and Fay Biccard Glick Neighborhood Center join together to provide a platform for some of the...

New plan to address disproportionate impact of domestic violence on Black women

By ABRIANA HERRON - WFYI A local nonprofit unveiled a plan to reduce the number of domestic violence cases for Black women in Indianapolis. The Domestic...

Greenwood Park Mall shooting victims remember event in lawsuit filed

Eumeka “Meka” Stewart still remembers walking into Greenwood Park Mall to pick her girls up from school shopping. She tried to reach her youngest on the phone, but the calls were not going through.

Greenwood Park Mall shooting victims file lawsuit against Simon Malls, Allied University

Several victims of the Greenwood Park Mall mass shooting have filed a lawsuit in Marion Superior Court against Simon Property Group and Allied Universal Event Services.  

Behind the badge: Randal Taylor reflects on time as IMPD chief

Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department Chief Randal Taylor announced his resignation Dec. 15. He reflects on his time and leadership as IMPD chief and the department’s growth and challenges.

Indianapolis firefighter killed by his brother News Year’s Day 

An arrest was made in the double shooting that killed IFD firefighter Justin “JB” Boyd II and 42-year-old Jasmine Ivy-Dede

Prevent gun violence

A shooting at the end of October once again left the city of Indianapolis reeling from another act of senseless violence, this time at...

Fight for Life Foundation receives grant to help students utilizing technology 

Fight for Life Foundation, a nonprofit that helps underserved youth develop by providing social-emotional learning programs, has been awarded a $200,000 Elevation Grant.  

In Indianapolis, drugs and guns converge, but solutions remain disjointed

After a day spent observing a courtroom trial at the Community Justice Campus, Anthony Beverly sat on his living room couch and shuffled through handwritten notes from the day’s proceeding

Indianapolis Recorder in Review: A year of triumphs and community impact 

As the year draws to a close, the Indianapolis Recorder looks back on a transformative year marked by remarkable achievements.  


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