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Actor finds purpose in helping urban youth

More than 7 million people tuned in to BET to watch the season premier of the popular TV show “The Game.” Hungry fans rallied...

The helping hand

Ewart Solomon was living and working in California in the early 90’s. He came back to Indianapolis for the holidays in 1993 and borrowed...

Sisters helping sistersOrganization urges Black women to be proactive about breast cancer

It’s time to raise awareness about breast cancer in the Black community and The Sisters Network Inc. plans to be the one to do...

Tips on Helping Your Family be Safe at Home

We all realize how crucial safety is in our place of work. Both the state and federal governments have established agencies whose job it...
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EdGems with Educator Barnes: Black in the Suburbs: A Parent’s Perspective

The Indianapolis Recorder Newspaper will host the virtual education series “Black in the Suburbs: A Parent's Perspective” live at 6:30 p.m. Jan....

Improving health care for Black women

I am a patient of the Indiana University Health System, and I can very honestly share that I’ve had extremely positive experiences...

Poetic justice?

On Jan. 6, we witnessed an insurrection in our nation’s capital. Violent supporters mesmerized by the inflammatory words of Donald Trump, a...

Institutional racism is real

When Rosa Parks refused to give up her seat on a segregated bus to a white man in Montgomery, Alabama, on Dec....

What’s In A Name, Indy? Lt. j.g. Graham Edward Martin Park

When you travel down Fall Creek Parkway near 16th Street, you’ll see a sign for the Lt....
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