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Things are not normal, but they’ve never been normal for Black people in America. Throughout our history in this country we have worked together cooperatively to resist and build economy and community.

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Your favorite attractions in Indianapolis aren’t open to the public right now, but many are still working to keep the experience alive online with virtual tours, games and other fun.

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April is National Volunteer Month, and there’s no better time to lend a helping hand than in the middle of a pandemic. While social distancing makes it difficult to gather in person to help the community, there are many organizations and community centers taking donations. 

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Madam C.J. Walker is a legend. Born Sarah Breedlove, Walker worked as a laundress before becoming an entrepreneur and, according to the Guinness Book of World Records, the first female self-made millionaire in the country.

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The Kennedy King Memorial Initiative will continue its tradition of commemorating Sen. Robert F. Kennedy’s famous speech from April 4, 1968, when he consoled a large group in Indianapolis the day Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. was assassinated.

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For many aspiring authors, it’s easy to find yourself too overwhelmed with day-to-day responsibilities to sit down and write a book. Now, however, with more people stuck at home due to COVID-19, Philadelphia-based author Chantelle Adanna is hoping to teach people how to self-publish a book t…

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While social distancing and stay-at-home orders may sound like a dream come true for introverts, it’s easy for others to feel as if they’re going stir-crazy while trapped in the house. Luckily, Pottery by You is offering to-go kits to help distract you from isolation. 

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Eric McKeever will play the titular role of Don Juan when the Indianapolis Opera brings “Don Giovanni” to town March 20-22 at the Toby Theater at Newfields.