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Celebrate love, black history, and/or your love of black history this weekend with everything from dance, drama, and spoken word to classic Hollywood love stories.

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Legislative leaders from both parties sparred over topics including hate crimes, school safety, and undocumented students' rights Thursday morning during the 2019 Indiana Latino Legislative Breakfast.

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We ask leaders of nonprofit arts organizations, community leaders, and scholars to give us their best definitions of the term -- and we'd also like to know yours.

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We talk with the pianist head of his Art & Soul performance—a program that will tie into the celebration’s 2019 theme of “Black Migrations and Urban Realities.”

The Pacers fall to the Milwaukee Bucks 106-97 at Bankers Life Fieldhouse. The Pacers and the and members of the NBA All-Star2021 Local Organizing Committee announced today "Nothing But Knit", the first community initiative leading up to the All-Star game in 2021 at Bankers Life Fieldhouse. F…

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Indianapolis Black History can be traced to 1821 and one woman. Her name was Chaney Lively—a highly respected free woman of color who made the city her home for more than 35 years.