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Indy Pride 2024: What to know before you go

Indy Pride, Inc. is making a concerted effort to increase access to this year’s festival. The 2024 Indy Pride Festival and Parade promises a day...

Child seduction, armed teachers & banning books: Indiana laws that went into effect July 1 

Indiana legislators approved 252 bills in the 2023 session, and most of them took effect July 1.

Black LGBTQ+ Hoosiers remember vibrant hangout spot

In the early 2000s, bordered between Carter and Walnut Streets, was a space where Black LGBTQ+ people found a haven unlike any other in...

Indiana chapter of Moms for Liberty issues apology for quoting Hitler

A local chapter of Moms for Liberty has issued an apology after quoting Adolf Hitler in their newsletter. The Hamilton County chapter of Moms for...

The EduVerse with ProfessorJBA: Black boys may be free to learn, but they still are not free to be!

June is filled with amazing holidays including Father’s Day, Black Music Appreciation Month, Juneteenth and PRIDE Month. All of these holidays are connected to Black...

ACLU sues over Indiana’s ban on ‘human sexuality’ instruction

The American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) of Indiana filed a lawsuit challenging House Bill 1608. According to the text of House Bill 1608, a school...

Advocates and allies protect LGBTQ+ youth at Youth Pride Carnival  

The carnival comes after a recent legislative session where state lawmakers passed several bills impacting LGBTQ+ youth, especially trans youth,

Indiana governor signs bills targeting LGBTQ students

INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — Indiana's governor has signed a bill that would require schools to notify a parent if a student requests a name or pronoun change at school. The bill is one of the final bills approved in a legislative session that had targeted LGBTQ+ people, especially students. Republican Gov. Eric Holcomb's approval of the legislation on Thursday comes in a year when Republican-led legislatures around the country are seeking to curb LGBTQ+ rights, specifically targeting transgender people's participation in sports, workplaces and schools, as well as their access to health care. Holcomb also signed into law a bill that could make it easier to ban books from public school libraries.
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