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Second annual BIPOC Community Empowerment Summit announced

The second annual BIPOC Community Empowerment Summit returns to Martin University this week. Hosted by the Indianapolis Foundation, in partnership with Partec Consulting Group, the...

Durant and O.U.R. Mothers donate hundreds of shoes to eastside school during NBA All-Star Weekend in Indianapolis 

O.U.R. Mothers, Inc., an organization founded and headed by Dr. Wanda Durant, mother of star forward and future Hall of Famer Kevin Durant, seeks...

Daptoberfest (formerly Blacktoberfest) 2023 to highlight Black-owned businesses in Indianapolis

Daptoberfest, formerly known as Blacktoberfest, is an event designed to highlight Black-owned businesses and give platforms to those who may not have the luxury...

Photos: Andrew “Bo” Foster Historical Marker Dedication

Check out some of these amazing photos from the Andrew "Bo" Foster historical Marker Dedication near the intersection of 21st and Illinois Street on...

Breathe, Black man: Yoga and men’s health

In celebration of International Yoga Day and Men's Health Month, men everywhere are encouraged to prioritize their health and well-being by adopting the age-old...

Real superheroes: Celebrating Black creators in film and animation

June is African American Arts Appreciation Month. As achievements in the Black arts are celebrated, not to be overlooked are Black pioneers in animation,...

Fever’s Kelsey Mitchell wins Dawn Staley Award

Indiana Fever guard Kelsey Mitchell received the Dawn Staley Community Leadership Award thanks to her countless contributions off the court. The award, named after WNBA...

Wheeler and Mitchell Lead Indiana Fever’s Spirited Effort in Close Battle Against the Unbeaten Aces

In a highly anticipated matchup last night, the Indiana Fever faced off against the undefeated Las Vegas Aces in a thrilling showdown that showcased...

On This Day: Harriet Tubman’s historical raid

On this day in 1863, Harriet Tubman accomplished one of the most remarkable feats in American history. She directed a mass of nearly 800 slaves to liberation, sidestepping Confederate soldiers and risking her own life for the freedom of others.

Biden celebrates LSU women’s and UConn men’s basketball teams at separate White House events

WASHINGTON (AP) — President Joe Biden has appealed for more support for female athletes during a White House event celebrating Louisiana State's championship women's basketball team. The event once appeared in jeopardy after Biden's wife, Jill, suggested that the losing Iowa team be invited, too. Friday's ceremony was briefly halted when forward Sa'Myah Smith appeared to collapse on stage. The Bidens lavished praise on the LSU Tigers for their performance and the way they've helped advance women's sports. Neither one mentioned the uproar Jill Biden's earlier comments caused. Biden also welcomed the UConn men's championship basketball team to a White House celebration later Friday.
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