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For Colored Girls Book Club celebrates Black womanhood

Gizelle Fletcher is a bibliophile with a love of diverse stories. When she sought out a local book club, she realized most focused on...

Nichelle Hayes shares her vision for library’s Center for African-American Literature and Culture

This fall, Indianapolis will have a new space dedicated to literary and creative achievement in the Black community. In October, Central Library will open...

Revolutionary reading: Using literature to help youth tackle tough topics

The benefits of reading to and with children are innumerable and well documented. A 1985 report by the Commission on Reading said reading aloud with...

Q&A with author Tina Jackson

Mother, minister and local author Tina Jackson hopes her story will inspire others to begin a journey toward healing, self-love, forgiveness and understanding. In...

African-American History for Week of: November 2, 2014

Know Your History!While slavery in America hosts the background of Black history, the African American impact on history reaches beyond the country's early history,...
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Donate to Jackson State on Giving Tuesday

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Citizens Police Complaint Office Community Conversation

The Indianapolis Recorder Newspaper will host a virtual discussion with the Citizens Police Complaint Office at 6:30 p.m. Nov. 30 on Facebook.

Tic Toc Tech: SuperShero in the White House

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