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The Black Church Coalition holding officials accountable

The Black Church Coalition’s call for action reverberated through the sanctuary of Light of the World Christian Church to an audience of about 200 people Thursday night.

$5 million to address Indianapolis violence goes to 27 organizations

By ABRIANA HERRON Mayor Joe Hogsett announces the fifth round of Elevance Grant recipients on April 3, 2024. The funds will provide 27 groups with...

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...

Fight for Life Foundation receives grant to help students utilizing technology 

Fight for Life Foundation, a nonprofit that helps underserved youth develop by providing social-emotional learning programs, has been awarded a $200,000 Elevation Grant.  

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...

Silent screams: Exploring lesser-known forms of domestic violence and abuse

Not all domestic violence results in a bruise or broken bone. While most people are cognizant of physical forms of domestic violence, such as...

10 people shot, 1 killed at Halloween party on the northeast side

A total of ten people, ages 16 – 22, were shot, with one woman killed, after a party on the city’s northeast side early Sunday morning. 

Indianapolis kids take a pledge against gun violence  

In a powerful display of unity and resolve, children lead the charge against gun violence outside the Fay Biccard Glick Neighborhood Center by taking part in a heartfelt pledge to build a safer future together.  

Building bright futures: Summer in the City program equipping youth with essential skills to deter violence

A new program, designed specifically for Indianapolis teens, is aiming to ensure their safety and prevent their involvement in gun violence by offering multiple opportunities for newly learned skills.

We’re all responsible for American violence

“Nor can Goodness and Evil be equal. Repel (Evil) with what is better: then will he between whom and thee was hatred become as...
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