Indiana Civil Rights Commission EVENTS!
National Fair Housing Month
“INDIANAPOLIS—April marks National Fair Housing Month and The Indiana Civil Rights Commission (ICRC) celebrates the 50th anniversary of the Federal Fair Housing Act with a month of events including community outreach, free training and an interactive social media campaign titled #50YearsFurther.
To kick-off this commemorative month, events are as follows:
April 2-6: Remote Complaint Intake Series | Nora Branch Library |10 AM-6 PM
April 17: Movie Viewing and Discussion Panel | Indiana Historical Society | 6-7 PM
April 20: Fair Housing Foundations Continuing Legal Education Series | Terre Haute |12:30-1:30 PM | Register for FREE here.
All events are free and open to the public.
When an individual feels they have been discriminated against they can file a complaint three ways: call (317)-232-2600, visit our website at www.in.gov/icrc or file a complaint in person at the ICRC office in the Indiana Government Center North”
info courtesy of https://www.in.gov/icrc/2996.htm
Today on Community Connection we spoke to Dr. Rusyniak the Medical Director of the Indiana Poison Center and the Division Chief for Medical Toxicology.
We spoke/learned about Synthetic Marijuana.
Poison Center Website: http://www.indianapoison.org/
Fri, April 13, 2018
8:00 AM – 9:30 AM EDT
Breakfast with Dads
by The Bridge Leadership Foundation
1002 W 25th St
1002 West 25th Street
Indianapolis, IN 46208
Click here to sign up: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/breakfast-with-dads-tickets-44929778176?aff=erellivmlt
“Ignite Achievement Academy at the historic Elder Diggs School
(IAA) and The Bridge Leadership Foundation (BLF) are hosting a “Breakfast with Dads” event for
local elementary school students from the Ignite Achievement Academy. This event invites fathers,
father figures, and role models to the Ignite Achievement Academy to celebrate and support students
preparing to take the I-STEP+ test. This event is scheduled to take place on April 13, 2018 from 8am to
9:30am. The second of its kind, this community event is modeled in partnership with the “Breakfast
with Dads” event at Billy Earl Dade Middle School in Dallas, Texas, which took place on December
14th 2017, where 600 men, fathers, and father figures, volunteered to celebrate students and their
achievement. One of the pillars of IAA school community is “Ubuntu,” a Nguni Bantu term meaning
“Humanity” and is often translated “I am because we are.” The motto of BLF is “Bridging the gap
between your present and your destiny.” Both of these statements capture the heartbeat of this event
and its intentional focus.
Please plan to join us on April 13, 2018 at the Ignite Achievement Academy at the historic Elder Diggs
School located at 1002W. 25th St. Indianapolis, IN 46208 for our Breakfast with Dads Community
Support Event. Our special guest list includes a number of influential stakeholders who will be in
attendance to support and celebrate our students.
Ignite Achievement Academy and The Bridge Leadership Foundation each share a philosophy captured
well by the words of Henry B. Adams- “A teacher affects eternity; he can never tell where his influence
stops.” The scholars of the Diggs community have worked extremely hard this year. We hope you will
help us make a difference in the lives of these very deserving elementary school students.”