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‘My goal was to crash the party:’ Addressing youth gun violence

The Marion County Public Health Department hosted over two dozen community organizations for an event to address youth gun violence. Half an hour into the meeting, Kareem Hines brought a group of teen boys from New B.O.Y (Breed of Youth), a mentoring and youth development program came and sat in the back.

ICAPI awarded grant to study disability workforce challenges

The Indiana Community Action Poverty Institute (ICAPI) has been awarded a grant by the Indiana Housing and Community Development Authority (IHCDA) to conduct a...

Lead poisoning affecting literacy rates in Indianapolis

Indianapolis NAACP conducted lead testing in city schools and found shocking results. (Photo/provided by Gary Holland)

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...

In Indianapolis, drugs and guns converge, but solutions remain disjointed

After a day spent observing a courtroom trial at the Community Justice Campus, Anthony Beverly sat on his living room couch and shuffled through handwritten notes from the day’s proceeding

Indianapolis Mayor highlights study linking greenspaces to reduce gun violence

A new study has found that greenspaces in Indianapolis can help to reduce gun violence. The study, led by the University of Michigan School...

Girl Coalition of Indiana releases 2023 report 

The Girl Coalition of Indiana has released its 2023 Indiana Girl Report. The 2023 Indiana Girl Report, inspired by the Girl Scouts, is the first...

No Church in the wild: Why young people are choosing spirituality over organized religion

While previous generations may have been more closely connected to organized religion, many young people are finding themselves drawn to a more personal and...

Cancer group looks for participants in national study

The American Cancer Society in Central Indiana has set a goal to enroll 1,000 Central Indiana residents in Cancer Prevention Study-3, a groundbreaking nationwide...

Study reveals loans to minority groups were not the cause of housing meltdown

From BlackNews.com ComplianceTech, a leading provider of technology and mortgage data analysis for government agencies, nonprofit organizations and financial institutions, recently released a study...
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