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Smith: Employees and employers: The great work-from-home debate

Like you, I receive tons of junk mail from companies trying to sell me something due to my leadership role at work. However, this...

Shabazz: Matters of the mind — centering Black mental health

Can we have a real conversation about mental health — Black mental health? I will first state that I am not a mental health...

Patel: The importance of building and sustaining strong relationships with youth

With a shared goal of creating an education system that enables all children to learn, lead and thrive in our world, we must stay...

Trinkle: Indiana must do more to put more Hoosiers of color and women onto and successfully through its tech education pathways

Finding and retaining talent is job No. 1 for the Indiana tech workforce, but the traditional education path is working for only a small...

Laboring beyond Black representation

Because most of what passes as Black thought nowadays has been criminally captured by white capital (philanthropic foundations, corporate advertising, government funding, academia, business...

Five questions to contemplate when voting for school board members  

In November, Hoosiers across the state will cast their votes to elect school board members for their respective districts. School board members in Indiana...

Dennard: Black Republicans step to the front

Every year as chairwoman of the Republican National Committee, Ronna McDaniel has hosted the annual RNC Black Republican Trailblazers Awards to honor Black Republican...

Height: As inflation bites, my neighbors water down their children’s milk to make ends meet

Inflation is an insidious tax on people in poverty.  And it’s one that forces my neighbors on the east side of Indianapolis to make...

Boyd: Dog whistles became blatant during Supreme Court confirmation hearing

I knew when President Joe Biden held true to his word and nominated a Black woman, Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson, to the Supreme Court,...

Shackleford: Black women, it’s our time to lead

In 1964, the Mississippi Freedom Democratic Party arrived in Atlantic City, New Jersey. Led by a Black woman named Fannie Lou Hamer, the intentional...

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