The Indianapolis Recorder announced a new partnership with International Marketplace Coalition (IMC) to share resources and serve as an example of a growing diversity network in the community.
“Thank you for fighting,” a woman told a group of protesters young enough to be her grandchildren at a demonstration late last month. “I was out here when I was your age.”
Financial education courses are easy to find online, along with countless podcasts, webinars and videos from people who say they understand your financial stress and how to get out of it.
The Indianapolis chapter of the National Association of Black Veterans (NABVETS) held a press conference July 2 to go over a list of demands for Mayor Joe Hogsett and the city, as well as to discuss a meeting representatives of the group had with Hogsett earlier in the week.
Indianapolis Mayor Joe Hogsett says the city is ready for visitors again and announced a $1 million marketing campaign to draw in tourists from around the state as restaurants and other businesses continue reopening.
Jason Larrison, a former city employee, beat out Karla Lopez-Owens in a vote by Democratic Party officials to fill the vacant District 12 seat on the Indianapolis City-County Council.
IndyCar and the Indianapolis Motor Speedway (IMS) will create a $1 million fund to develop internal and external programs and initiatives that will support diversity and inclusion efforts through the new Race for Equality & Change program announced on July 4.
The Mind Trust — an Indianapolis-based education nonprofit — along with Indianapolis Public Schools (IPS) and the Mayor’s Office selected three school leader fellows to design and lead public schools.
The Indianapolis Public Library will offer e-books, audiobooks and videos that will help patrons explore issues about race and racial equity.