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Chocolate phoenix: The story of pioneering aviator Willa Brown

Surrounded by prestigious awards and memorabilia, dozens of families gathered at Avondale Meadows YMCA on the city's eastside on Feb. 22 to learn about...

An empowered youth-centered response to addressing youth-centered concerns can only be established through tru dialogue

Tru Colors Indy, Bloom Project Inc., DONT SLEEP, and Fay Biccard Glick Neighborhood Center join together to provide a platform for some of the...

Report details ‘discriminatory censorship’ laws targeting schools and students

By LEE V. GAINES At least 21 states and 145 school districts or other local governments have embraced what two legal scholars describe as discriminatory...

On This Day: Black Panther leader Fred Hampton assassinated

On December 4, 1969, Fred Hampton, a rising activist in the Black Panther Party (BPP), was assassinated in a raid led by the Chicago...

An era for women: The role of Indy businesses

In today's rapidly evolving business landscape, diversity and inclusion have emerged as key drivers of success for companies aiming to thrive in a competitive...

Black Men on campus: The trials and triumphs of being Black at Harvard University

The story of Black men attending and graduating from Harvard University is one of triumph, perseverance and companionship. Despite facing numerous obstacles, these men...

‘Let the World See’: Emmett Till and Mamie Till-Mobley exhibit opens at the children’s museum

The Children’s Museum of Indianapolis opened the “Emmett Till & Mamie Till-Mobley: Let the World See” exhibit to bring more awareness to those who don’t know the full or true story of 14-year-old Emmett Till, a victim of racial violence in 1955 in the Jim Crow South.
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