Read Stephen Lane’s statement to the IndyPL Board at the July 26 meeting.
In response to worker criticisms of hostile and racist working conditions, a leaked e-mail reveals IndyPL CEO Jackie Nytes asked to “recruit some Black leaders to sign” a letter in support of her. She also dismisses worker criticisms as “personal disagreements”!
Monday, July 266:30 pmLibrary Services Center2450 N. Meridian St. AFSCME local 3395 representing library workers in collaboration with the Indianapolis Liberation Center invites members of…
On July 12, the Indianapolis City-County Council overwhelmingly voted “yes” on an additional $1.3 million for the IMPD. Community members who showed up to participate…
Three concrete ways you can support library workers in their struggle!
Support library workers as they fight against racist and corrupt leadership!
Despite massive protests demanding to defund IMPD, Indy’s democrat-controlled City-County Council approved a $7 million increase in their budget.
A profound rebellion against racism has been sweeping the country for a month. Where do we go from here?