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Kevin Richardson, of Central Park 5, to speak at IndyPL’s annual Fall Festival

Social justice activist Kevin Richardson aims to spread a message of hope during the 2022 Fall Fest and Slammin’ Rhymes Challenge XVI. Hosted by the...

Hogsett will seek third — ‘and final’ — term as mayor

Joe Hogsett will seek a third and final term as mayor of Indianapolis, he announced during a campaign event Nov. 15.

Indiana Minority Business Magazine to honor Champions of Diversity

Indiana Minority Business Magazine, sister publication of the Indianapolis Recorder, will honor 15 awardees at the 16th annual Champions of Diversity Awards on Jan....

Man convicted in fatal 2020 protests shooting won’t serve time in prison

A man convicted of reckless homicide in the fatal 2020 shooting of a young Black man in Indianapolis during unrest sparked by outrage over...

SCOTUS seems unlikely to side with Marion County agency questioning civil rights precedent

The U.S. Supreme Court heard oral arguments Nov. 9 for a case that involves an Indiana nursing home and a Marion County public health agency. The case has captured national attention due to its far-reaching implications for federal safety net programs across the country. 

Black-owned botanical shop adding green to the community

Whether you’re looking to spruce up your living space or participate in a little self-care, Victoria Beaty believes tending to a house plant is...

‘Slavery can also be mental’: Why members of the Moorish Science Temple don’t identify as ‘Black’

As a Black Protestant minister, Jonya Pratcher El had read the Bible cover-to-cover and studied it word-for-word many times and still had many unanswered...

Art exhibition at IUPUI ‘responds’ to history of slavery

What started as an idea for Joseph Mella back in 2016 at Vanderbilt University has now come to life six years later. Mella, director and...

Hope Hampton wins only contested IPS school board race

Three new members were approved by voters Nov. 8 to join the Indianapolis Public Schools Board in January. Hope Hampton won with nearly 56% of the District 3 vote, the sole contested IPS race.

Mears wins reelection for county prosecutor

Marion County voters reelected incumbent Democrat Ryan Mears as the county’s lead prosecutor Nov. 8.


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