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Meetup.com has something for everyone

One of the things I resolved to do this year was to find ways to make the world a little bit brighter. That’s why...

Tom Joyner Foundation now accepting applications for full ride scholarship program

The Tom Joyner Foundation® announced the ‘Full Ride’ scholarship program that will cover all the expenses of one student planning to attend a Historically...

IBE made a mistake with ‘Classic’ college fair

Prior to Monday’s first presidential debate of the season, the Indianapolis Recorder and Radio One partnered on an unprecedented event. Our Indiana gubernatorial forum...

A ministry of opportunity

Dr. Ruth Woods’ Pike High School classroom is a sanctuary. Instead of stained glass windows depicting final suppers and the iconic images of patron...

HBCU: The Black college experience

The Higher Education Act of 1965, defines a Historically Black College and University or HBCU as: “…any historically Black college or university that was...

HBCUs needed now more than ever

May was college graduation month in America and with job prospects significantly weaker this year because of the downturn in the economy, one might...
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New partnership brings more tech opportunities

Renewed efforts to bring more tech engagement to our community are underway: InnoPower, Rooted School (Rooted), the Indianapolis Recorder and Eleven Fifty...

Shortridge High Student Media hosts Speak The Truth Town Halls with local journalists

Shortridge High School media students participated in a World Changing 101 discussion on the role of journalists in defending the First Amendment...

Stepping out of the comfort zone

A word on Nate Robinson.   I must concede that I thought the memes were funny. I didn’t see the fight live and...

Think about it, Part 2

The author of the Facebook post in three important areas reduced the importance of this type of organization designed to advocate for our community. Those...

Preparing for Disaster: Community Conversation

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