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Circle City Classic football game back in full swing

After a one-year hiatus, the Circle City Classic football game is making a comeback. The 39th Anniversary Circle City Classic will feature the Mississippi...

Wilma Gibbs Moore fellowship to study racial injustice deadline approaching 

Indiana Humanities is offering fellowship stipends to support new research that explores anti-Black racial injustice and structural racism in Indiana— and how Black Hoosiers...

2023 Marion County Primary Elections: What you need to know

Voter registration for Marion County’s May Primary Election ends in just over a week. Those wishing to cast ballots in the May primary must be...

50 Cent partners with Pacers in multi-year deal

Throughout the last few years, Curtis ‘50 Cent’ Jackson has been making power moves – pun intended – and his newest venture benefits youth...

Wellness programing in schools is positively impacting students

Certified yoga instructor and school counselor Lade Akande is giving students the resources they need to get through the school day. As the Director of...

Black faith leaders call for fully funded mental health crisis response system 

More than 800 Hoosiers and Black faith leaders are urging state lawmakers to “re-imagine public safety” by fully funding a mental health crisis response...

Federal Researchers Find Sudden Unexplained Deaths Rose for Black Infants

A new study has shown a huge racial difference in infant deaths. Researchers found that babies born to African Americans had the highest rate of...

CDC Recommends All Adults Get Tested for Hepatitis B

The U.S. Centers for Control and Prevention have issued a new recommendation urging all adults to receive screening for hepatitis B at least once in their...

‘Growing Healthy Communities’ free event offers lead education, afternoon of fun 

A northwest side public library is planning a fun-filled horticulture afternoon next week for kids, while also educating parents about the dangers of lead...

Edison school board fires leader,cancels expansion after racial slur allegation

The longtime leader of the popular Edison School of the Arts was fired Tuesday evening by the nonprofit board that oversees the downtown magnet...


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