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The three-fold fight of environmental justice: Black advocates are already providing solutions, now they need support

Environmental justice issues are an “interwoven tapestry” of entities and people working together to solve problems within the United States. A new report from...

Local farm works to end food deserts

Since its inception in 2016, Flanner Farms has worked to end food deserts on the Northwest side of the city, and nearly seven years...

Book fair gives spotlight to Black children

Only about 11% of children’s books are about African or African American characters, according to a 2018 analysis from the Cooperative Children’s Book Center...

Organizations get grants to alleviate poverty

A new United Way of Central Indiana (UWCI) fund will support organizations that want to implement more aggressive strategies in addressing poverty.The large nonprofit...

Harvest for the hungry: Partnership tackles food deserts, prepares for 2018 expansion

Right in the middle of Indianapolis’ largest food desert, a 1.9-acre urban garden is growing. The food produced on-site feeds the community’s physical, economic...

Indianapolis Foundation awards thousands for crime prevention, re-entry in Marion County

Dozens of Marion county nonprofits will receive funding to expand their community programming thanks to generous support from the Indianapolis Foundation. The Foundation, an...

LISTEN: The Recorder Report – May 19, 2016

In the May 19 installment of The Recorder Report; writers Kelly Patrick Slone, Victoria Davis and Ebony Chappel sat down with Carrie Henderson, President...
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