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Highway of the apes: the Indianapolis Zoo’s new Chimpanzee Complex swings into action 

Ever wanted to see chimpanzees play on touchscreens or ogle at your shoes?  At the Indianapolis Zoo, the chimps now have an interactive way to...

Indy Pride 2024: What to know before you go

Indy Pride, Inc. is making a concerted effort to increase access to this year’s festival. The 2024 Indy Pride Festival and Parade promises a day...

MLK Center hosts annual Community Block Party

The Martin Luther King (MLK) Community Center, located north of Tarkington Park near 40th Street and Illinois Street, transformed into a bustling hub of...

Women4Change encourages Hoosiers to “get in Good Trouble”

Women4Change Indiana, alongside ACLU and Common Cause Indiana, spoke out about how Indiana can fight for voter equity at their movie screening and panel...

IPS School #43 hosts Lunch Buddies with IMPD

Once a semester, the IMPD Community Engagement & Outreach Bureau goes to IPS School 43 located at 40th & Capital Avenue to eat lunch...

‘I Made Rock ‘N Roll’ festival is days away: Here’s what to expect

Indiana’s first Black rock music festival is about to make history. Legendary artists such as Gary Clark Jr., Joy Oladokun and Robert Randolph Band will...

Launching MHS Serves: An innovative program to increase health equity

I’m told that health is wealth. Unfortunately, too often, people of color and other marginalized communities face large disparities in health outcomes that make life...

‘My goal was to crash the party:’ Addressing youth gun violence

The Marion County Public Health Department hosted over two dozen community organizations for an event to address youth gun violence. Half an hour into the meeting, Kareem Hines brought a group of teen boys from New B.O.Y (Breed of Youth), a mentoring and youth development program came and sat in the back.

Indianapolis celebrates inclusive businesses at mayor’s Diversity Awards

Indianapolis came together to honor organizations leading the way in workplace diversity and inclusion on May 9. Hosted by Mayor Joe Hogsett, EmployIndy and the...

Black realtor network offers free wealth-building classes

The Central Indiana Realtist Association (CIRA) provides African American Hoosiers keys to building wealth and becoming homeowners while giving Indianapolis real estate professionals a...


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