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Five questions Indiana’s gubernatorial candidates need to answer about energy equity

As Indiana prepares for its upcoming gubernatorial election this November, voters need to understand where the candidates stand on crucial issues.  Chief among those issues...

Shegog receives Achievement Award from ICRC

President and CEO of the Recorder Media Group Robert Shegog will be awarded the 2024 Achievement in Business and Entrepreneurship Award by the Indiana...

Indiana low-income solar programs get more than $117 million in federal funding

By VIOLET COMBER-WILEN New federal funding will allow for the development of low-income solar programs throughout the state. The Environmental Protection Agency’s Solar for All Funding distributed $7...

Launching MHS Serves: An innovative program to increase health equity

I’m told that health is wealth. Unfortunately, too often, people of color and other marginalized communities face large disparities in health outcomes that make life...

Indianapolis celebrates inclusive businesses at mayor’s Diversity Awards

Indianapolis came together to honor organizations leading the way in workplace diversity and inclusion on May 9. Hosted by Mayor Joe Hogsett, EmployIndy and the...

Six Sigma Racial Equity Institute helps Black women upskill, close pay gap 

In this one-on-one with the Indianapolis Recorder, Joy E. Mason, CEO of Optimist Business Solutions, shares the inspiration for creating the Six Sigma Racial...

Advocates discuss water equity ahead of Olympic swim trials

In conjunction with Indiana Humanities, Indy Sports Corp sponsored a panel entitled Deep Waters: A Critical Conversation on Water Access, Equity, and Safety in...

Executive Conversations with Jamie Dimon, CEO of one of the largest banks in the world

CEO OF THE ONE OF THE LARGEST BANKS IN THE WORLD, JAMIE DIMON, SPEAKS TO US ABOUT THE FIRM’S COMMITMENT TO DIVERSITY, THE OPPORTUNITIES...

Health equity expert shares how cardiovascular disparities can be eliminated

SPECIAL TO THE RECORDER By Roche Communications Staff African Americans are 30 percent more likely to die from heart disease than white Americans, according to the...

Stand and deliver: Parents petition IPS for equity in education

Parents, families and Stand for Children Indiana presented a petition requesting that the IPS Board of School Commissioners focus on growing top schools for Black and brown students at a press conference on Wednesday, Feb. 7, 2024.
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