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Library hosts poetry contest for all young poets grades 7-12

Next month, the Indianapolis Public Library will honor some our city's best young poets at the 11th annual Slammin' Rhymes Poetry Challenge. This year, the...

LISTEN: The Recorder Report July 14, 2016

In the July 14 installment of The Recorder Report, writers Victoria Davis, Julian Wyllie, Victoria Swanson and Ebony Chappel discussed the recent instances of...

Being Herd: ‘My Black is not a Toy’

My black is not a toy.It's not something that you can pretend to be or use and discard when it's convenient.My black is real....

To the Prettiest, Most Bestest Woman I Know

To the Prettiest, Most Bestest Woman I Know:I have the prettiest most bestest mother in the world and I don’t think she knows that...

Legends Ball: The Blog

“…but people never forget how you make them feel.”~Maya Angelou        When Maya Angelou passed earlier in year, Oprah re-aired her 2006 celebration of women...

Local Playwrights Shine at Onyx Fest

OnyxFest - Urban Theatre Festival  is Indianapolis' first and only theater festival dedicated to the stories of African American playwrights. The festival, an initiative...

Kayy Nova

Sometimes things really are as beautiful as they seem. What grows on the inside will eventually spread to the outer body for everyone to...

Poetic Memorial

Before writing this short blog I looked up the term violence via dictionary.com and a list of six slightly different definitions came up I...

Queen in a Land of Tiara’s

Her name is Tiara.  Her mother chose that name in hopes that she would always know and feel like a Princess.  Ironically, she has...

Something Sweet

   In a galaxy far beyond our own millions of years ago, a Star gave birth to the world. Many different beings came to...
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