Chris Williams (pictured above) got kicked out of an Indianapolis homeless shelter years ago after, as he remembers it, staff said he was being disruptive. Williams said he was just standing up for himself because someone else was lying about him.
Is there just one way to be Black?This isn’t rhetorical. I’m seriously posing this question because throughout my lifetime I’ve heard someone isn’t Black or Black enough based on the music one listens to, the way one dresses, the activities in which one participates, where one lives or atten…
When Polis Center researchers pressed a room full of community members on how they were able to identify food deserts on blown-up maps of Indianapolis, the answer was nearly unanimous:
Proposed changes to the rules allowing Hoosiers to legally change their gender on their driver’s licenses creates a process that is cumbersome and bureaucratic, critics say.
It started with one person, then another, and eventually lead to organizations that called 34-year-old Belinda Drake to serve at a higher capacity for Hoosiers.