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Indiana Minority Business Magazine to honor women business leaders

The Indiana Minority Business Magazine will honor 12 women who have excelled as business professionals and community leaders during the 2017 Summer Golden Laurel...

History restored: New construction revives property of 1st Black presidential candidate

Since a fire burned down the home of late community leaders Frank and Bobby Beckwith, the lot near the 3100 block of Washington Boulevard...

African-American History for Week of: November 1, 2015

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,...

African-American Facts for Week of: October 18th

Know Your History!The precursor to Black History Month was created in 1926 in the United States, when historian Carter G. Woodson founded the Association...

African-American Facts for Week of: September 20th

Know Your History!Up to the early 20th century, most American knowledge of Black history was limited to the African American struggle through slavery and...

Butler Ties For First Place As Most Innovative School in the Midwest

Bulldogs all over are celebrating over the announcement that Butler tied for first place as the Most Innovative School among Midwestern Regional Universities.The distinction...

News service for sight impaired to feature Indianapolis Recorder Newspaper

Beginning this week those with sight impairments can access the Indianapolis Recorder Newspaper on NFB-Newsline, a free audio-information service for the blind, visually impaired,...

Beech-Nut teams up with Target to bring Indy parents organic baby food options

Shopping for the very best for baby has gotten a little easier for Indy moms thanks to a new partnership between Beech-Nut and Target.Select...

10 Years Later, Hurricane Katrina’s Impact Still Devastating On New Orleans’ Black Residents

New Orleans Mayor Mitch Landrieu took to the road to declare his city is “no longer recovering, no longer rebuilding” a decade after Hurricane...

10 Years Later, Hurricane Katrina’s Impact Still Devastating On New Orleans’ Black Residents

New Orleans Mayor Mitch Landrieu took to the road to declare his city is “no longer recovering, no longer rebuilding” a decade after Hurricane...
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