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We need Dr. King’s wisdom more than ever

On January 15th, 2024, Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. would have been 95 years old. Each year – and often throughout the year -- we...

Still not free at last

During his lifetime, Martin Luther King, Jr. repeatedly went to jail for violating many of our nation’s unjust laws, such as peacefully protesting racial...

A seat at the table: Kiran Ahuja’s journey of championing the underdog

The Asian American Alliance, Inc. serves as a critical nexus between corporate, civic and governmental entities and the Asian American community in Central Indiana....

The fate of DEI in colleges and universities

The Supreme Court ruled on affirmative action in college admission decisions; here is what that means for some of Indiana’s institutions of higher learning. Colleges...

Indianapolis Mayor highlights study linking greenspaces to reduce gun violence

A new study has found that greenspaces in Indianapolis can help to reduce gun violence. The study, led by the University of Michigan School...

Insufficient funds

As we commemorate the 60th anniversary of the March on Washington and reflect on the recent affirmative action decision significantly limiting consideration of race...

Indianapolis approves Office of Equity, Belonging and Inclusion 

On Sept. 11, the Indianapolis City-County Council passed a proposal to establish the Office of Equity, Belonging and Inclusion within the Mayor’s Office. Ben...

Racial Data as a Tool for Equity

Following the U.S. Supreme Court’s ruling against race-conscious admissions in higher education, corporate leaders fear that the ruling may cause additional scrutiny and legal...

Looking to the past to inform and direct the future: A glimpse into Butler University

Watch week 11 podcast here. It is back to school, college move-in, and families are saying their goodbyes. Children welcome newfound freedoms, and trepidation is...

Crossroads Public Affairs provides new approach to statewide community engagement on Black policy issues

If you ever wondered what you would do if you lived during the Black civil rights movement of the 1960s, you have an opportunity...
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