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BOYD: Netflix’s ‘High on the Hog’ celebrates Black food and culture

I love food and consider myself a foodie. I’ve always enjoyed cooking and baking. For me, food has always been about love. Not so much...

Juneteenth will become a national holiday

Last week I wrote about the irrationality of the ever-expanding opposition to critical race theory (CRT). This week, the U.S. Senate unanimously passed a...

Letter to the editor: Education investment by General Assembly and Gov. Holcomb are a game-changer

By Rick Fuson, president and COO of Pacers Sports & Entertainment For decades, local and state leaders in Indiana have rightly allotted considerable energies to...

#IndyWaterwaysChallenge launches to encourage visiting 6 Indianapolis waterways

Reconnecting to Our Waterways (ROW) announces a new initiative to encourage individuals, groups and families to safely visit and explore all six of Indianapolis’...

Library environment far from tranquil for many Black employees

The allegations leveled by Indianapolis Public Library employees regarding the CEO, Jackie Nytes, and the culture of the library demonstrate something is amiss. That’s an...

What’s up with critical race theory?

Critical race theory. It’s difficult to think of an academic concept that causes more angst among politically conservative whites (and the small percentage of...

Think About It: Banning critical race theory: A real issue or just a distraction?

Have you heard the latest conspiracy theory? Critical Race Theory (CRT) is being taught in our schools! Or is it really? There is currently...

Boyd: Black men: America’s scapegoat for violence

I’ve been thinking about violence a lot lately. June just began, and we’ve already surpassed 100 homicides. I’m fearful the numbers will continue to climb as...

Smith: Democracy’s slow death

The slogan of The Washington Post is “Democracy Dies in Darkness.” That phrase likely originated with Damon Keith, the legendary federal judge who died...

Smith: The mental struggle of being Black

Waking up every day is an absolute blessing. I’m grateful to be alive. Grateful for my health, family and friends. Grateful for life! But...

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