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Finding the right therapist

Mental health is just as important as physical health, but finding the right therapist to help can feel like a daunting task. For many African...

Longtime Freetown Village director retires

Ophelia Wellington, founding director of Freetown Village Living History Museum, will be retiring this summer after 42 years of advancing a transformative and creative...

Indianapolis Black Theatre Company to debut with ‘Platanos y Collard Greens’

Indianapolis’ theater scene is growing as a new company joins the ranks.  Indianapolis Black Theatre Company (IBTC), spearheaded by Founding Artistic Director Ben Rose, is...

Affordable Housing Initiative Helps Recruit, Retain Black Teachers in Education

INDIANAPOLIS: The Educate ME Foundation is assisting Black educators achieve homeownership through its Teacherville initiative. This program aims to reduce the barriers to homeownership...

‘A Forerunner of Freedom’: Indianapolis Bethel AME history

In 1991, Bethel AME Church became the first Black church with the distinction of being on the National Register of Historic Places. Sitting at...

Deion Sanders to headline Steward Speakers Series in Indianapolis

Pro Football Hall of Famer and Colorado University Buffaloes football coach Deion Sanders is the featured speaker at the 2024 Steward Speakers Annual Gala...

Conner Prairie to unveil new African American exhibit next spring

Conner Prairie’s new interactive exhibit aims to shine light on the Black experience in America. “Promised Land as Proving Ground” is a newly designed exhibit...

Florida criticized for controversial Black history standards

The Florida Board of Education has recently given its approval for new standards aimed at teaching Black history in public schools. However, the decision...

Celebrating Reginald L. Jones Sr. Day

The Indianapolis Recorder would like to recognize the life and work of activist and trailblazer Reginald Jones Sr. The legacy and advocacy of Jones dates...

As Deadline to File Income Taxes Approaches, African Americans Still Face Systemic Challenges

As the April 18 deadline to file 2022 income taxes arrives, many African Americans shared their experiences with the Internal Revenue Service (IRS). Some...
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