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Community Connection Thursday February 14th

Indiana Civil Rights Commission


February 18-22, 2019

Indianapolis Public Library-East 38th Street

5420 E. 38th St., Indianapolis, IN, 46218

In Studio Guest:

Greg Wilson, Director, Indiana Civil Rights Commission

Kim Simmons – Program Director for the Intake Department of the ICRC

“Do you suspect you were wrongfully terminated or underpaid due to a disability? Have a question about housing discrimination? Parking always a hassle or can’t make it downtown? Join the Indiana Civil Rights Commission at various locations around Indianapolis February-October from for our Remote Complaint Intake Series. We will be discretely taking complaints of discrimination ensure that YOUR voice is being heard. We are here and out in the community for YOU! For more information on the Remote Complaint Intake process and the Indiana Civil Rights Commission, visit our Facebook or call 317.232.2600 for more information today!”


8:00 A.M. – 5:00 P.M.

100 North Senate Ave

Indiana Government Center North, Room N300

Indianapolis, IN 46204.

(317) 232-2600

Speaking on: From Generation To Generation

THIS MONDAY, February 18th 11AM

This is the: Black History Month Speaker at the Baptist Ministers Alliance

Olivet Missionary Baptist Church

4141 N. High School Road, Indianapolis IN, 46254


In Studio Guests:

King Ro Conley –

Rev. Dr. Melvin B. Girton, Sr. –

Dr. Riggins Earl Jr.

Depauw University Racism Inveestigation.

Association of African American Students (AAAS)

Today we are joined by President of the Association of African American Students at Depauw University as we discuss racial slurs/messages written on parts of the Depauw property throughout the campus.

Community Connection Guest:

Kaleb Anderson – President of the Assoc of African American Students at Depauw University

There have been multiple protests hoping to change many things such as;

Policy Changes

Hiring new Faculty

Bring back the Association of African American Students (AAAS) house on Campus

Demanding a Day of Dialogue


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