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Marching for Our Lives: Youth seek solutions to gun violence

Local teens are answering the plea of impassioned youth in Parkland, Fla. who called on communities nationwide to take action against gun violence.On March...

The gift that doesn’t stop giving: nonprofit cares for kids at Christmas and beyond

As Battalion Chief of the Indianapolis Fire Department (IFD), Anthony Williamson has dedicated his life to saving others. He continues this mission outside of...

Fostering hope: House lawmakers, IARCA partner to tackle foster home shortage

In Indiana, the number of children in the foster care system is nearly double the number of foster homes available to take them in....

The Blue House teaches entrepreneurship through film

Earlier this year, a group of elementary school students wrote, directed and filmed their own movie. After creating their masterpiece, a flick titled “Cafe...

Syposium brings youth, mentors together for growth

Pastor Corey Duncan Sr. began mentoring 20 years ago, spurred by a sudden familial tragedy.Duncan, then 19, looked on as his father walked his...

Student run show highlights Expo’s year-round efforts

Running a YouTube channel has become a popular hobby for teens, but few can say they produce a weekly talk show that airs on...

A fighting chance: Coaching builds connections, opens avenues toward mentorship

William Dale’s life had a difficult start. One of 13 children, he grew up in numerous near-eastside neighborhoods with reputations for violence and crime....

We must protect our youth centers

In this week’s column, I run the risk of “preaching to the choir.”That’s because most of the people who read this column probably already...

Missing Black children: Good news and bad news

Last week was quite a busy one in the news. We know that the Affordable Care Act (Obamacare) and Donald Trump’s failed replacement bill...

Revolutionary reading: Using literature to help youth tackle tough topics

The benefits of reading to and with children are innumerable and well documented. A 1985 report by the Commission on Reading said reading aloud with...
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Citizens Police Complaint Office Community Conversation

The Indianapolis Recorder Newspaper will host a virtual discussion with the Citizens Police Complaint Office at 6:30 p.m. Nov. 30 on Facebook.

Tic Toc Tech: SuperShero in the White House

Not every superhero wears a cape and mask or jumps off a skyscraper to help people. The new superhero we call SuperShero has broken...

Recorder celebrates 125 years, commitment to community remains the same

When George P. Stewart and Will Porter started a two-page church bulletin in 1895, they set in motion what would eventually become...

Surge of coronavirus cases in Midwest nursing homes leaves loved ones, workers ‘depleted’

When 38-year-old Chelsea Reed last spoke to her mother — while she was living inside the Rosewalk Village of Indianapolis on the...

Cook Medical supplier facility coming to northeast side

A new manufacturing facility on the northeast side will bring up to 100 jobs that will average $16 an hour and include...
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