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Circle City Classic to return with new focus

Although football will not be part of this year’s celebration, the Classic aims to focus on five HBCU bands and Divine 9 sororities and fraternities — showcasing their talent and showmanship, Tanya Mckinzie, CEO and president of Indiana Black Expo, said in a statement.

Circle City Classic returns

After a forced cancellation in 2020 during the height of the pandemic, Indiana Black Expo’s Circle City Classic is back. This year, there’s an...

Partnership helps protects Hoosiers from eviction

A three-day event starting Sept. 20 will help east side residents fill out rental assistance paperwork now that the state eviction moratorium has ended. Through...

Entrepreneurs compete for cash prize

Fifteen entrepreneurs will compete for a $9,000 cash prize as part of the IBX Power Pitch Competition, sponsored by InnoPower. The competition is part of...

Indiana Black Expo founder, James Cummings Jr., dies

James C. Cummings Jr., founder of Indiana Black Expo (IBE), died April 23 following a heart attack in a Carmel nursing home. He was...

IBE outlines plans to celebrate 50th anniversary

Indiana Black Expo will host a series of events through summer to celebrate the statewide organization’s 50th anniversary, culminating with the 10-day Summer Celebration...

Indiana Black Expo: Organizers discuss free admission, other plans for 2017

Last week, Indiana Black Expo announced its plans for the 47th annual Summer Celebration, and one key change has the community talking. For the...

Indiana Black Expo admission free this year

Indiana Black Expo has released information about their 2017 summer celebration. For the first time, admission to the exhibition hall will be free.Live performances...

Expo announces board changes

Indiana Black Expo Inc. announced Robert L. Hayes Sr. as the new board chairman for 2017. Hayes is employed by Delphi Electronics and Safety...

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...
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