Diversity and inclusion efforts
Why diversity and inclusion is important and how to start
By Brittany King
When Dr. Harvey Middleton — the first Black cardiologist to practice in Indiana — moved to Indianapolis in the 1930s, he wanted to put his medical degree to good ...
The Family Business
Raising Children Remains the Most Important Job for Working Parents
By James Figy
Becoming a parent can provide some of the greatest rewards in a person’s life. It can also present some of the biggest uncertainties and challenges. Still, ...
Diverse communities for Indiana families
Parents face many important choices about how to raise their kids, but it’s also important to consider where to raise them. While Indiana has a number of excellent cities, towns and neighborhoods that provide high quality recreation and public ...
5 Hoosier-Made Treats That Families Love
Whether you have a sweet tooth or enjoy a snack with a crunch, these Indiana-made treats will provide your fix of sugar, salt and local flavor.
1. Just Pop In! popcorn
A little bit sweet, a little bit salty and entirely Indy, Just Pop In! has ...
Historic Indiana products helped families
For centuries, Indiana residents have been creating products that make life easier on families. However, only a few have found their way into Hoosier history. Some companies intentionally designed products for parents and children, while others ...
Closing the Gap
Women and people of color are severely underrepresented within nonprofit leadership, here’s why and how to change that.
By Brittany King
In 2016, CEO and President of United Way of Central Indiana (UWCI) Ann Murtlow attended a conference on ...
A focus on film
Indiana home to flourishing film industry, talented moviemakers
By Keshia McEntire
When a filmmaker visits a location to shoot their latest project, they bring economic growth with them. In Indiana alone, the film industry provides 7,018 jobs ...
Same old song
Broadcasting still lacks diversity despite changing landscape
By Ebony Marie Chappel
From the introduction of FM to the emergence of streaming over traditional airwaves, the radio industry has experienced many changes over the decades.
Growth from change
Minority press adapts in the digital age
By Brandon A. Perry
More people are getting their news on computers and smartphones with arrival of the digital age. However, newspapers and magazines have not only survived, but are also preparing to ...
Catch Her if You Can
By Lauren Caggiano
FOLLOWING A DEMANDING CAREER, it’s not uncommon for professional athletes to take a hiatus and retreat from the public eye. But Tamika Catchings, formerly of the WNBA’s Indiana Fever, is far from common in so ...