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‘Thinking, Learning & Doing in the New Normal’

Things are not normal, but they’ve never been normal for Black people in America. Throughout our history in this country we have worked together...

‘Thinking, Learning & Doing in the New Normal’

Things are not normal, but they’ve never been normal for Black people in America. Throughout our history in this country we have worked together...

Bacon Bits: Social innovation

Last week’s Bacon Bits talked about the innate creativity and ingenuity that Black people possess. This week, we will talk about how creativity and...

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...

Martindale Brightwood settling in for the COVID-19 fight

With these next weeks projected to be the worst in terms of the coronavirus pandemic, neighborhoods are hunkering down in preparation. The Martindale Brightwood...

Neighborhood centers coalition working to provide necessities, ease fears

With all of the panic surrounding COVID-19, the United Neighborhood Centers of Indianapolis (UNCI) is doing its part to help the 12 neighborhoods it...

Neighborhood centers coalition working to provide necessities, ease fears

With all of the panic surrounding COVID-19, the United Neighborhood Centers of Indianapolis (UNCI) is doing its part to help the 12 neighborhoods it...

Edna Martin Christian Center: Decades of lifting up Indianapolis residents

After almost 80 years of lifting up Indianapolis residents, the Edna Martin Christian Center continues its tradition of community care. And though the faith-based...

Join us for the Recorder’s 2nd Annual Community Food Fest this Friday!

On Friday July 22 from 4-7 PM, all are invited to attend Indianapolis Recorder’s 2nd annual Community Food Fest.In June, Mayor Joe Hogsett named...
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Donate to Jackson State on Giving Tuesday

Let’s hear the JSU Tigers Roar on Giving Tuesday!  Please join the Jackson State University National Alumni Association (JSUNAA)...

Conference will focus on challenges of COVID0-19 at work

The Indiana Conference for Women will host an interactive webcast, “In Jeopardy — Are Women Losing Their Progress in the Workplace Because...

PACERS BENEFIT LOCAL CHILDREN

The Indiana Pacers tipped off Season of Giving to benefit local children. The toys were delivered to children locally and throughout the...

Citizens Police Complaint Office Community Conversation

The Indianapolis Recorder Newspaper will host a virtual discussion with the Citizens Police Complaint Office at 6:30 p.m. Nov. 30 on Facebook.

Tic Toc Tech: SuperShero in the White House

Not every superhero wears a cape and mask or jumps off a skyscraper to help people. The new superhero we call SuperShero has broken...
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