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Can you name 10 Black-owned businesses in our city? How about five? Top three? Tell me one Black business you supported in the past week?

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If you want to pursue a four-year college education with a scholarship and continue your athletics, take a look at the military academies or ROTC programs. 

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To not offend a particular friend or family member, I often post a polite message on my wall that I do not participate in quizzes or games on Facebook or forward chain messages. I used to ask them to exclude me, but lately, I have taken a stance to not respond to such posts, and I ignore them. 

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Women and Hi Tech will award at least $20,000 in scholarships and grants to women in Indiana pursuing a degree or certification in STEM during the 20th anniversary of the Leading Light Awards. Students should apply by July 1 at womenandhitech.org.

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This week, Indiana will enter Stage 3 of reopening the economy, and a few more businesses will open while following social distancing and hygiene guidelines. However, entrepreneurs to enterprises are eager to restart, but it is a given that it will not be business as usual. In this phase, ma…

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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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When Max, from Indianapolis, first connected with Project Azul, he was unemployed and eager to build a better future for himself and his family. Max was anxious for employment, especially because his family was facing eviction and his transportation was unreliable. The workforce development …

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During the COVID-19 pandemic, we have come to the realization that we take so many things for granted and rely on so many essential workers to keep going daily life. We often miss out on an opportunity to thank those who put their lives at risk to protect us and provide us comfort. 

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Stimulus relief known as the economic impact payment has been successfully sent to taxpayers for the last few weeks now, and even more payments are on their way. But as many taxpayers are awaiting their stimulus checks the IRS took a moment to address three common stimulus concerns that taxp…

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Emerson Allen, 65, can’t picture himself sitting in a restaurant any time in the near future. As a prostate cancer survivor with high blood pressure, Allen is in the “high risk” category for COVID-19. 

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The United States is home to the largest technology market in the world, this year alone representing approximately $1.7 trillion. In addition, careers in technology consistently remain among the top with 700,000 current job opening in the country. However, despite the tremendous revenue and…

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The definition of insanity has continued to ring true through the test of time. Whether we are discussing foreign affairs, local politics or economic development, doing the same thing over and over expecting a different result is simply nonsensical. Similarly, when James Baldwin stated, “To …

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Millennium Gear will give away 1,000 masks to families who need a mask. The free masks are part of the athletic manufacturer's response to helping mitigate the spread of COVID-19 and will be distributed via drive-thru.