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“Medgar & Myrlie: Medgar Evers and the Love Story That Awakened America” by Joy-Ann Reid

By TERRI SCHLICHENMEYER Romeo and Juliet. Abelard and Heloise. Beyonce and Jay Z. For centuries, we've studied the great romances, cried over them, and dreamed...

Magazine founder inspires readers who want more

Founder and creator, Arianna Cruz focuses on curating a community for MORE. With a focus on Making Opportunities Reachable for Everyone, she's created this...

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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