Faith in Indiana and Act Indiana are examples of organizations finding ways to adapt to maximize their advocacy impact in Indiana.
A proposal to reshape the Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department passed out of a City-County Council committee Sept. 29 and appears to be on its way to getting approval from the full council.
“It is time to put the voice of the public back in public safety,” Carlino said.
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 [...]
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 [...]
On May 29 and May 30, the demonstrations began without conflict. At roughly 3 p.m. May 29, a crowd of people gathered at Monument Circle to call for justice for the murder of George Floyd...
...While the majority of the 21 IDOC facilities have not reported any positive COVID-19 infections among the prison population or staff, it seems like it is only a matter of time. Locally, Rev. [...]
Faith in Indiana and Rev. Mmoja Ajabu are "pressuring Gov. Eric Holcomb to follow in the footsteps of California and New York in releasing nonviolent offenders to reduce crowding in Indiana [...]
INDIANAPOLIS – The collective disgust many African-Americans feel at the decision of the Civilian Police Merit Board to allow the Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department (IMPD) officers [...]
City leaders in Indianapolis have announced a new plan to reduce homicides in Indianapolis. (Photo/Downtownindy.org) Like the Allied generals of World War II who came up with the plan to invade [...]