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IBE made a mistake with ‘Classic’ college fair

Prior to Monday’s first presidential debate of the season, the Indianapolis Recorder and Radio One partnered on an unprecedented event. Our Indiana gubernatorial forum...

Turning on the light of truth

I had the pleasure of participating in a media preview of the National Museum of African American History & Culture in Washington, D.C., last...

Wake up to the truth about women

Women are so strong.I didn’t make that statement from a feminist’s perspective, though I’m absolutely fine if you perceive it that way. The fact...

Driving While Black

“Go vote!”Those were the words a friend of mine shared as she shared a live video on Facebook.Those two words, “go vote,” are not...

Recorder Honors: Former publishers, community leaders and others to be honored at 120th Anniversary Celebration

Inspirational journalist and educator Helen Keller once shared, “Alone we can do so little, together we can do so much.” For over a century, the...

100 Black Men of Indy to honor professionals at Emerging Leaders Awards Reception

The 100 Black Men of Indianapolis, Inc. (The 100) will hold their third annual Emerging Leaders Awards Reception on Thursday, September 24, 2015 at The JW Marriott...

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,...

The Indianapolis Recorder Newspaper Celebrates 120 Years

The Indianapolis Recorder Newspaper, America’s 4th oldest Black newspaper and one of the Top 13 African-American newspapers in the nation, is celebrating 120 years...

The Indianapolis Recorder Newspaper and Real Scene TV Join Forces

The Indianapolis Recorder Newspaper and Real Scene TV have joined forces to bring local news and event coverage to the masses.The partnership is a content-sharing initiative where...

POTUS delivers powerful message in this year’s SOTU

Tuesday, President Barack Obama delivered his sixth State of the Union address to Congress. It’s estimated more than 30 million people watched as Obama...
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