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Newfields meltdown comes amid widespread DEI retreat

By JAMES BRIDGES Newfields' meltdown is pushing into a second month, with no end in sight, as the controversy transcends a single personnel move at...

A call to action to address murder of Indianapolis youth

The African American Coalition of Indianapolis is calling for the community to become more involved in addressing youth violence Despite a 17% decline for 2023...

Black Indianapolis won and so did Black mayors!

While certainly the election was closer than the 72% win in 2019, Mayor Joe Hogsett earned an impressive victory over his toughest opponent to...

Why no plan from Jefferson Shreve to partner with Black leadership on moving city forward?

Mayoral candidate Jefferson Shreve affirmed that he would not have a plan to work on Black issues faced by the Black community in a...

AACI in partnership with the Indianapolis Recorder Newspaper and Radio One will host the First Broadcast and live stream of the Mayoral debate focused...

The African American Coalition of Indianapolis (AACI), in conjunction with the Indianapolis Recorder and Radio One, will host the first broadcast and live stream...

Banks addressing Black business debt aversion is good business and good for city

Addressing debt aversion due to poor relationships between banks and the Black community is good for banks and the city.   The Biennial Black Business...

Crossroads Public Affairs provides new approach to statewide community engagement on Black policy issues

If you ever wondered what you would do if you lived during the Black civil rights movement of the 1960s, you have an opportunity...

It is the best of times; it is the worst of times—it is time to revisit a Black agenda.

Before the murder of George Floyd, Black leaders with the African American Coalition of Indianapolis and Black pastors called for a series of policies,...

I’m Just Sayin’: ‘Start asking different questions’

Are we fighting hard enough? What has been the fruits of our fighting? Systems have had their knee on our neck for far too long....

I’m just sayin’: ‘There’s still work to do’

When the facts don’t tell the whole story, we need more of them.One truth is that the city has engaged in a robust police...
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