A community continues peacefully fighting for answers from public officials only to receive refusals and, now, repression and threats.
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We are proud to present this curated calendar of free and moderately-priced events in Indianapolis celebrating Hispanic Heritage Month!
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In the first rally we’re announcing in advance, the family of Gary Harrell and Black community leaders are calling for the community to show up as we demand answers about the IMPD’s murder of Gary Harrell.
A review of “Breaking the Silence of NGOs in Africa,” in which members of the Kenya Organic Intellectuals Network explore the role NGOs play in contemporary struggles for radical change.
Illegitimate CEO Hill fires Center for Black Literature and Culture worker for calling out the Board’s corruption.
To convey their demands around IMPD’s killing of Gary Harell, dozens marched to request a meeting with Ryan Mears, who never showed up.
Founder and leading national advocate of the widely popular “Hands Up Act,” Travis Washington, speaks about his own coming-to-consciousness and why he continues fighting today.
Queen Mother Mashariki Jywanza’s speaks truth to power at the July IndyPL Board meeting.