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Spotlight on Black artists who shaped Naptown

As the community comes together to celebrate Black History Month, the Recorder is shedding a light on a few of the Black visual artists...

Impact and innovation: The Indianapolis Recorder

What began as a two-page church bulletin by co-founders George P. Stewart and William Porter, now hails as one of the top African American publications in the nation.

NBA All-Star Weekend 2024: Things to do

As the 2024 NBA All-Star approaches, the city is gearing up for a jam-packed weekend of events, parties and activations. Returning to Indianapolis for the...

“What Really Happened on Indiana Avenue? A Story Untold” panel discussion

In the late nineteenth and early twentieth century, Indianapolis’s Indiana Avenue was a thriving district of Black-owned restaurants, churches, businesses, and jazz clubs that...

Leaders and legacies: The rich history of those buried at Greenlawn Cemetery

In a nearly forgotten area along the banks of the White River in downtown Indianapolis lay buried gems of the past. These gems are...

The state of Black business

Despite Black Americans comprising around 10% of Indiana's population, only 3% of businesses in the state are Black-owned. Did Black business fall from grace...

Madam Walker Legacy Center to create endowment to secure future

The Madam Walker Legacy Center, the iconic pillar of Indiana Avenue, has announced its plans to create an endowment that will help preserve the...

Community rooftop venue coming to Madam Walker Legacy Center

Plans for a rooftop space at the Madam Walker Legacy Center are officially underway. The Madam Walker Legacy center unveiled plans for a newly renovated...

Freetown Village highlights vibrancy of Indiana Avenue

Highlighting the former glory of Indiana Avenue’s jazz scene, Freetown Village will present “A Musical Journey of Indiana Avenue” as part of its annual...

‘Beyond Gentrification’: the history, future of Indiana Avenue

Indiana Avenue looks a lot different than it did in the 1950s, and it continues to change. A webinar at 7 p.m. Nov. 10 will...
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