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Dashing through diversity: How Black Santa products are changing the holiday landscape

The surge in popularity of Black Santa-themed products in the U.S. during the holidays highlights an evolution in consumer preference that underscores a societal push for cultural inclusivity during the holiday season.

CLD celebrates $34 million campaign with ribbon cutting

The Center for Leadership Development (CLD), a beacon of hope and empowerment for Indianapolis' minority youth since 1977, celebrated a significant milestone with a...

National vision, locally focused: Diversity in Leadership

The mission of the Diversity in Leadership Program is to serve as a catalyst for the advancement of ethnic minorities and women in central...

Q&A with Santa: Meet Santa Josiah

Indianapolis has a handful of Santas who spend Nov. 25-Dec. 25 bustling around the city, helping to make the holiday season magical for kids...

On This Day: Black Panther leader Fred Hampton assassinated

On December 4, 1969, Fred Hampton, a rising activist in the Black Panther Party (BPP), was assassinated in a raid led by the Chicago...

A commitment to Black excellence: How the Raiders altered history 

The Las Vegas Raiders made history this year by becoming the first NFL team to have an all-Black front office. The group includes numerous...

Rich in their Legacy: The Impact of attending HBCUs

“If it was not for historically black colleges and universities, we would not be in these professions, period,” said Dr. Ruth Woods of Pike...

Our moment: Eiteljorg Contemporary Art Fellowship challenges traditional notions of Native American art

The Eiteljorg Museum's biennial Native American Fellowship program is an initiative that allows artists to create contemporary works of art while preserving the traditions...

Recorder Rewind: Indiana Sports Corp Locker Room Luncheon Series

On Nov. 6, The Indiana Sports Corp hosted a group of sports & civic leaders at Salesforce Court in Gainbridge Fieldhouse for their Locker Room...

Tracy Chapman wins Song of the Year at the CMAs 35 years later

Tracy Chapman won Song of the Year at the 2023 Country Music Awards (CMAs) for her 1988 hit "Fast Car" on Nov. 8. The...
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