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Indianapolis Recorder, American Senior Communities partner for Community Health and Wellness Fair

The Indianapolis Recorder Newspaper in partnership with American Senior Communities (ASC) and WTHR presents a free Community Health and Wellness Fair on Sept. 12...

News service for sight impaired to feature Indianapolis Recorder Newspaper

Beginning this week those with sight impairments can access the Indianapolis Recorder Newspaper on NFB-Newsline, a free audio-information service for the blind, visually impaired,...

The Indianapolis Recorder Newspaper Celebrates 120 Years

The Indianapolis Recorder Newspaper, America’s 4th oldest Black newspaper and one of the Top 13 African-American newspapers in the nation, is celebrating 120 years...

Advertise your small business in the Indianapolis Recorder

Have you always thought advertising was outside your budget? For less than the cost of dinner, you can promote your business in the Recorder’s...

Community reels with sorrow after Ferguson decision

Like many workplaces across the country, the Indianapolis Recorder Newspaper office was abuzz the day following the “no indictment” announcement in the criminal case...

2nd art, writing and multimedia contest to honor MLK

Indiana Civil Rights Commission’s Executive Director Jamal L. Smith announced the start of the 2013 Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Art, Writing and Multimedia...

Recorder forms community partnership with Central Indiana Boy Scouts

Nathan Williams has had his hands full trying to encourage youth on the Northeastside to become Boy Scouts. He grew tired of watching young,...
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