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Fight for Life Foundation receives grant to help students utilizing technology 

Fight for Life Foundation, a nonprofit that helps underserved youth develop by providing social-emotional learning programs, has been awarded a $200,000 Elevation Grant.  

Bank of America Student Leaders program applications now open through Jan. 17 

As high school students think about their future career and plan for summer internships, Bank of America’s Student Leaders program is a great option for teens who want to gain early experience and the tools and resources to join the workforce. 

Court of honor: Another Eagle Scout joins the ranks  

Another young man was honored as an Eagle Scout Nov. 4 at the Edna Martin Christian Center Legacy Campus & KIPP Academy.  

Community holds prayer vigil for 15-year-old KIPP Indy student

Sunday, Nov. 5 members of KIPP staff, Edna Martin and the community at large gathered on Hovey Street – located around the corner of KIPP Indy Legacy High School – to pray for the recent events involving teens and gun violence.  

15-year-old KIPP Indy student shot and killed in school parking lot 

15-year-old Devin Gilbert was identified by his mother as the victim. She tells the Indianapolis Recorder that he was her oldest son, and he loved his family.  

Immunization clinic at CFI 27 on Nov.16 

The Center for Inquiry School 27 will be hosting its inaugural free immunization clinic in collaboration with the Indiana Immunization Coalition (IIC) Nov. 16.  RELATED:...

Black Men in White Coats inspiring youth

With the aim to inspire young people to consider health care professions through mentoring and activities, Black Men in White Coats is a day-long program including speakers, breakout sessions and activities for kids and teens.  

10 people shot, 1 killed at Halloween party on the northeast side

A total of ten people, ages 16 – 22, were shot, with one woman killed, after a party on the city’s northeast side early Sunday morning. 

Indianapolis kids take a pledge against gun violence  

In a powerful display of unity and resolve, children lead the charge against gun violence outside the Fay Biccard Glick Neighborhood Center by taking part in a heartfelt pledge to build a safer future together.  

Newfields reopens Harvest Nights, brings back Art or Treat and ‘Rocky Horror’

Leaves are turning, and the air is cooling, which means it is time for Newfields’ fourth annual Harvest Nights. Running now through Oct. 31, Harvest...
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