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Will Indiana pass the Crown Act?

Legislation to prevent race-based hair discrimination — also known as the CROWN Act — was recently introduced in the state of Indiana. The bill...

I Made Rock ‘N’ Roll campaign highlights roots of genre

The I Made Rock ‘N’ Roll Festival will mark Indiana’s inaugural one-day Black rock event. The goal is honoring rock and roll’s origins while celebrating continued Black artistry and authorship in the genre.

Second annual BIPOC Community Empowerment Summit announced

The second annual BIPOC Community Empowerment Summit returns to Martin University this week. Hosted by the Indianapolis Foundation, in partnership with Partec Consulting Group, the...

Finding your rabbit: Deion Sanders inspires next generation of leaders

Hundreds of guests dressed in their Sunday best attended the Steward Speaker Series Annual Gala at Lucas Oil Stadium in Downtown Indianapolis on April...

IUI honors Black Maternal Health Week with town hall

Indiana University-Indianapolis hosted a guest panel Thursday, April 11 to discuss the infant and maternal health care issues modern Black American women face. Taking place...

Poetry in Indianapolis: impact, influence and empathy

April is National Poetry Month, and Indianapolis’ poetry scene has deep roots in Black culture. Indianapolis-based poets Etheridge Knight and Mari Evans were both well-renowned...

JQOL Awarded Vendor of the Month for April 2024

INDIANAPOLIS - Today, JQOL was awarded as the certified Vendor of the Month for April 2024 by Indianapolis City-County Councilor Dan Boots and Director...

Harrison Center to host April Greatriarch Gathering 

The Harrison Center’s monthly Greatriarch Gathering is back this April. Friends, family and Community members are invited to the Harrison Center on April 11, 2024,...

This Weekend in the Arts: April 5-7

The saying goes, “April showers bring May flowers,” so as we look forward to spring weather and viewing the upcoming total solar eclipse, here...

City-County Council honors Recorder Women’s Auxiliary

The City-County Council recognized the Recorder Women’s Auxiliary during its April 1 meeting. The women-led community organization was honored with a special resolution, which was...
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