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Even in his passing the Simpson verdict remains polarizing

Orenthal James Simpson passed away recently from prostate cancer and it quickly took me back to one of the darkest and most volatile periods...

Origin: Caste, Class, or Race? The danger of not knowing the difference. 

Ms. Wilkerson asserts that the issue of inequality is not because of the system of race i.e. racism, but that of another system, the...

EmpowerHER: Tackling Black maternal health disparities in Indianapolis

The nonprofit organization MelaMama Maternal Wellness hosted the “EmpowerHER: Navigating Black Maternal Health” event in collaboration with IU Health’s infant and maternal health team on Saturday, Jan. 27, 2024, at the Ruth Lilly Health Education Center in Indianapolis.

Broadway in Indianapolis to present ‘To Kill a Mockingbird’ 

Harper Lee’s “To Kill a Mockingbird” is coming to Indy. Adapted for the stage by Aaron Sorkin in 2018, “To Kill a Mockingbird” first debuted...

WATCH: Racism is a Public Health Crisis town hall  

The Indianapolis Recorder in collaboration with the Greater Indianapolis NAACP chapter presented a town hall conversation on workforce diversity among the city’s major healthcare providers.  

Response: Ku Klux Klan recruitment fliers posted in Carmel 

Over the weekend, Nov. 4-5, recruitment fliers purportedly left by the Ku Klux Klan (KKK) were found in Carmel, Indiana, and surrounding communities.  

60th Anniversary of Birmingham Church Bombing Unites Families of Victims and Perpetrators

Four innocent young girls getting ready for Sunday services died when the Ku Klux Klan detonated a devastating bomb inside Birmingham’s 16th Street Baptist...

What are we doing wrong?

A few weeks ago I wrote about some of the concerns that I have regarding my teenaged son. Despite those concerns, I have every...

Women leaders discuss the ‘State of Self-Care for Black Women’ report

Launched in 2020, EXHALE is the first emotional well-being app designed specifically for Black, Indigenous and women of color.

Photos: Andrew “Bo” Foster Historical Marker Dedication

Check out some of these amazing photos from the Andrew "Bo" Foster historical Marker Dedication near the intersection of 21st and Illinois Street on...
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