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I’m Just Sayin’: Listening to Black people

Black Indianapolis public opinion matters.My sometimes political sparring partner, Abdul Hakim Shabazz of Indy Politics, recently conducted some public opinion polling. IndyPolitics polls predicted the...

45’s treatment of the press: ‘Make it make sense’

I am at a loss to understand how journalists can support someone who has such contempt for what we do for a living. I...

Presidential candidates take the stage at National Urban League Annual Conference

Multiple Democratic candidates for president were in Indianapolis July 25 for the National Urban League Annual Conference to make their case to voters for...

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...

Juneteenth History: Know Your Black History

Up to the early 20th century, most American knowledge of Black history was limited to the African American struggle through slavery and emancipation. The...

African-American History for Week of: April 5th

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,...
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Shortridge High Student Media hosts Speak The Truth Town Halls with local journalists

Shortridge High School media students participated in a World Changing 101 discussion on the role of journalists in defending the First Amendment...

Stepping out of the comfort zone

A word on Nate Robinson.   I must concede that I thought the memes were funny. I didn’t see the fight live and...

Think about it, Part 2

The author of the Facebook post in three important areas reduced the importance of this type of organization designed to advocate for our community. Those...

Preparing for Disaster: Community Conversation

Time: 3 p.m. Dec 4Watch on Zoom or Facebook.
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