An IndyStar analysis of ZIP code level data reveals that COVID-19 infection rates in predominantly nonwhite ZIP codes such as Martindale-Brightwood's are nearly three times as high as in the [...]
Perla Alamillo was relieved Thursday when she heard the Supreme Court had rejected the Trump administration's attempt to end the Obama-era DACA program. ... Still, she said, it isn't enough.
Why did a city that has seen its share of usually peaceful protests and marches over the years turn so violent? For some answers, WRTV turned to University of Indianapolis Professor Terrence [...]
Hours before a Friday night curfew began across Marion County, Mayor Joe Hogsett on Friday afternoon called for the modernization of the city police’s “use of force” policy. This comes after [...]
Victory! Our LIVEFREE campaign sees a major victory as IMPD updates its use-of-force policy.
By Fox59 Web | WXIN 59 (Fox, Indianapolis)June 8, 2020 Read or watch the story at its source. INDIANAPOLIS — The Indianapolis City-County Council unanimously passed a proposal Monday night to [...]
"Faith in Indiana, we've been pushing for some policy changes with our police department," Kenneth Sullivan Jr., pastor of News Directions Church, said. "It started with the massive march we [...]
INDIANAPOLIS (WISH) — Overcoming Church on the city’s east side will host its second face mask giveaway amid the COVID-19 crisis on Saturday morning. The effort is a partnership between local [...]
"The simple truth is this: We must hear the anguished cries of our black neighbors who were born into a system where, from the moment of birth, they are forced to bear the weight of over 400 [...]
"You've got to be actively involved not just in this moment, but you've got to be actively involved with this movement," said J. Rashad Jones, pastor of Sanders Temple Church of God in Christ. [...]
By Courtney Crown | CBS4 (Indianapolis)Jun 5, 2020 Read or watch the story at its source. INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. — IMPD officers could be training on a reformed Use of Force policy within the next [...]
By The Christian Theological Seminary Community | Indianapolis RecorderJun 5, 2020 Read the article at its source. Dear Friends of God, Once again, our nation has come face to face with our [...]
Over the past week, Indianapolis and other U.S. cities have been rocked by street demonstrations. In this one-hour show, community leaders discuss the deeply rooted problems that triggered those [...]
There has been a whirlwind of incidents this year resulting in the deaths of African Americans, culminating in an expression of frustration, outrage and protest. This all too common recurring [...]
Faith in Indiana leaders express demands for officers, city officials after days of protest against police brutality
Faith in Indiana leaders came together on Thursday to talk about the change they expect from city leaders and officers following days of protests against police brutality.
After days of continued protest, the group Faith in Indiana held a press conference to share Mayor Joe Hogsett’s response to the community’s pleas for police reform.
An Indianapolis church is the site of a COVID-19 mask and hand sanitizer giveaway this Saturday.
The faith-based group Faith in Indiana said Thursday that the mayor of Indianapolis within 24 hours will submit a rough draft on “use of force” changes for police and a progressive disciplinary [...]
An emotional plea from faith leaders across the city, calling for changes to law enforcement policies in Indianapolis. The group, Faith in Indiana, met with the mayor's office on Thursday to [...]
In the shadow of the City-County Building, home to Mayor Joe Hogsett’s office and IMPD headquarters, faith leaders and community members came together and used their moment to demand change. [...]