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Empowering Entrepreneurs

The Women’s Equity Happy Hour, an event to highlight women-owned businesses in Indianapolis, will be held from 5-8 p.m. on July 11 at the...

Chi Eta Phi Sorority Inc. to host annual scholarship luncheon

The Eta Chi chapter of Chi Eta Phi Sorority Inc. is hosting their annual scholarship luncheon for nursing students at the Jewel Event Center...

Black birdwatchers take flight at Conner Prairie   

On a cool Sunday morning when storm clouds loomed, a handful of birdwatchers gathered at Conner Prairie for Indiana’s first Black Birders week.   Participants...

OMWBD to host hybrid outreach meetings for new disparity study 

In a move that establishes a five-year recurring cycle, the City of Indianapolis Office of Minority and Women Business Development (OMWBD) and its partners...

Chocolate phoenix: The story of pioneering aviator Willa Brown

Surrounded by prestigious awards and memorabilia, dozens of families gathered at Avondale Meadows YMCA on the city's eastside on Feb. 22 to learn about...

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...

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...

Indiana Minority Business Magazine and The Minority Business Review announces the 2024 Champions of Diversity Awards winners

Indiana Minority Business Magazine and Minority Business Review unveiled the winners of the 2024 Champions of Diversity Awards. The awards mark the 17th year...

Negro Leagues pioneer honored with Washington, D.C. Intersection

Mamie Johnson, the first female pitcher in the Negro Leagues, was honored on Saturday with the renaming of an intersection in Washington, D.C. The...
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