IU’s Fairbanks School gets $10.5M from Indianapolis for more than 300 contact tracers

In a move aimed at stopping the spread of the coronavirus in Indianapolis, the city has given the Indiana University Fairbanks School of Public Health $10.5 million to hire and manage more than [...]

DACA Supreme Court ruling a relief for supporters, but it’s far from a permanent solution

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.

Protesters say progress starting after 8 days of marching, but much more needs to be done

"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. [...]

Indianapolis protests: Sunday belongs to faith as church leaders bring message of change

"Dear God, we pray for our nation, with all of its racial divide, with all of its police brutality, with all its social injustice, with all the lives being circulated," said Jeffrey A. Johnson, [...]

As Indiana moves to reopen, hardest hit communities fear they’ll be left behind

"(The governor) says everyday that we’re all in this together," Ana Gonzales, a Fort Wayne resident and the daughter of immigrants, said at a virtual town hall that more than 300 listeners [...]

6 steps faith leaders urge Holcomb to take to end racial gaps in coronavirus aid

Faith in Indiana, a nonprofit network of clergy, public school employees, health care professionals and other workers statewide, has issued an open letter to Gov. Eric Holcomb urging action to [...]

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