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When catcalling kills

Tiarah Poyau. She is one of the latest names added to a growing list of young women whose lives have been brutally cut down...

Nominations still open for Indiana Minority Business Magazine 2016 Champions of Diversity Awards Dinner

Nominations are open for the Indiana Minority Business Magazine’s 2016 Champions of Diversity awards dinner.A champion to us, particularly a Champion of Diversity exhibits...

Indianapolis Recorder offers engagement opportunities for young leaders

The Indianapolis Recorder Newspaper, in partnership with Leadership Indianapolis, is seeking nominations for emerging community leaders to participate in two outstanding civic leadership development...

Humorous new play explores race and family secrets

The Phoenix Theatre, Indiana’s only professional contemporary theatre, has a proud tradition of presenting productions that both challenge and entertain. The theatre’s latest dramatic...

Fire Chief Ernest Malone reflects on first 120 days

In July of 2014, Ernest Malone, a veteran firefighter with the Indianapolis Fire Department (IFD) made history as he became the second African-American to...

Writer portrays Nyla in ‘For Colored Girls’

Ntozake Shange’s “For Colored Girls Who Have Considered Suicide When The Rainbow Is Enuf” has changed my life.The 64-page choreopoem details the metaphysical dilemma...

Indy attorney analyzes legal proceedings in Ferguson case

In the days following the grand jury’s decision not to indict Ferguson Police Officer Darren Wilson in the shooting death of unarmed teen Michael...
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