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Surviving the Swelter: Understanding the summer heat

Indianapolis recently faced an intense heat wave, prompting residents to rethink how to stay cool and safe. The extreme temperatures have raised fresh concerns...

Girls in STEM Academy launches for 2024-25 school year

Designed to empower young women in science, technology, engineering and math, the new Girls in STEM Academy aims to address the gender disparity issues...

REVIEW: Black Leaf Vegan Cafe is a lukewarm offering in Indianapolis’ vegan dining scene

Nestled in a small section of the upper canal area downtown, Black Leaf Vegan Cafe welcomes customers with a swanky, warm vibe that promises...

Mother-daughter real estate brokers give back to community

Real Results is more than just real estate. Run by mother-daughter duo Tiffany Dearman and Karr Hill, Real Results Real Estate is dedicated to helping...

New data shows racial disparities persist in Indianapolis

Racial disparities persist across many sectors in Indianapolis, according to newly released data from the city’s 2024 Racial Equity Report Card. The Polis Center and...

Black Chefs Collective provides resources to culinary community

A lack of representation in the field of culinary arts spurred two local chefs into action, creating an organization to educate more chefs of...

Adelante schools see increased test scores after early literacy investment 

When an ongoing literacy crisis resulted in a drop in reading proficiency and test scores regionally and nationwide, Eddie Rangel, executive director of Adelante...

The good news in 2024: Poor people are the new swing vote

If you’re an ordinary American who goes to work to pay the bills or takes care of a loved one most days, it’s easy...

Your neighborhood association has a place for you

By JAMES CAMPBELL The Eastside Corridor between Fall Creek Parkway and Shadeland Ave has several neighborhood associations within its boundaries. Leaders have worked very hard...

Beyond the classroom: Bridging schools and communities for Black youth

By HEATHER L. SAVAGE In our pursuit of educational equity, it is important to recognize that the success of African American students hinges not only...
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