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Local designer going to LA Fashion Week

Indianapolis fashion designer Joshua Brooks is headed to Santa Monica for LA Fashion Week this month. Brooks, 26, CEO and designer of BLACC, said he...

SBA Great Lakes host roundtable event to celebrate Black history month

To celebrate the conclusion of Black History Month, SBA Great Lakes hosted an event on Feb. 21, celebrating small Black business owners and leaders...

Lauren Gray and her father’s relationship continues to grow as she makes history

Lauren Gray graduated from the fire academy on Dec. 2, 2022, making her the first female African-American firefighter in Fishers. She found inspiration in...

African American Qualityof Life Initiative announcessecond round funding

By Jill Sheridan WFYI The African American Quality of Life Initiative announced a second round of grant funding, totaling $21.5 million, to support more than...

Indiana Senate passes bill to ban ‘bad’ books, ease prosecution of teachers, librarians

By LEE V. Gaineslgaines@wfyi.org Senate lawmakers passed a bill Feb. 28 that would strip teachers and school librarians of a legal defense against charges that...

Mural by local Black artist to go to Philadelphia Flower Show

Local artist Kyng Rhodes spent the last month painting a 75-foot mural for the 2023 PHS Philadelphia Flower Show. The Philadelphia Flower Show, presented by...

Eli Lilly to lower cost of insulin by 70%

Eli Lilly & Company announced a 70% price drop in out-of-pocket insulin costs. The Indianapolis-based pharmaceutical company announced the price cut for its most prescribed...

Indiana Landmark’s new program works to preserve Indiana’s Black history  

Indiana Landmark’s Black Heritage Preservation Program is working to preserve Indiana’s Black history one site at a time.  “There’s value in our communities and we have...

Tensions over IndyPL continue to rise

Members of the community continued to rally in support of Nichelle M. Hayes for CEO of the Indianapolis Public Library during the library’s Board...

Indy’s Near East-side to have new affordable housing complex in early 2024

The city announced a new housing community which will be located on the Near East-side. “To ensure that our city is welcoming, equitable and inclusive...


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