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School of Philanthropy helps nonprofits during pandemic

Fundraising is never an easy task, much less in the middle of a global pandemic. For nonprofits, local and nationwide, economic instability poses a...

School of Philanthropy helps nonprofits during pandemic

Fundraising is never an easy task, much less in the middle of a global pandemic. For nonprofits, local and nationwide, economic instability poses a...

Minorities, women face substantial barriers in business, study finds

Minority and women-owned businesses are underutilized in city contracts. This is according to the findings of the 2019 City of Indianapolis Disparity Study conducted...

America’s Opioid Crisis Complicates Effort to Stop HIV: Solutions Explored in Indiana Pave the Path to Success

As CDC Director and U.S. Surgeon General, we’ve been crisscrossing the United States in recent months, meeting with local public health leaders and community...

News service for sight impaired to feature Indianapolis Recorder Newspaper

Beginning this week those with sight impairments can access the Indianapolis Recorder Newspaper on NFB-Newsline, a free audio-information service for the blind, visually impaired,...

The Complicated Problem Of Race And Special Education

A study released last month by the American Educational Research Association found that minority students are underrepresented in special education services. This same study...

Ball Up Million Dollar Summer Challenge recount

Ball Up is one of the leading street-ball brands in the world and is the home to arguably some of the most talented athletes...

Mayor Ballard Names Brad Beaubien Acting Director of Metropolitan Development Department

Mayor Greg Ballard today announced the appointment of Brad Beaubien as the Acting Director of the City’s Department of Metropolitan Development. Beaubien, 37, is...

Indiana Landmarks event explores Marion’s African American heritage

On July 25, Indiana Landmarks offers Exploring Marion¹s African American Heritage, a day of lectures and tours for people who want to know more...

Eskenazi Health Dedicates Street Named in Honor of Distinguished Physician

Eskenazi Health is honoring a prominent physician in Indianapolis history with a street recognized in his name.Dr. Harvey Middleton, who was the first African...
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