Community Connection Thursday August 20th
A big shout out to Ebony Chappel who hosted today’s Community Connection!
Scott UMC’s Generation to Generation conf “Rebuilding the Village” w/ Eunice Trotter! – Friday Aug 21st at 10 AM – Aug 23rd at 1 PM
” If love, money, food, mental health, police issues, politics, religion, raising children, and good times interest you, please share this post: And don’t be mad if you can’t get into any of these FREE events because you didn’t register in time. We have to cap our numbers because of COVID. So register now!
Rev. James Anyike and Eunice Trotter
Creates a New Research Fellowship:
“New Wilma Gibbs Moore Fellowships To Support Humanities Research On Racial Injustice and Black Hoosiers’ Responses.”
“Wilma Gibbs Moore Fellowships support new humanities research on anti-Black racial injustice and structural racism in Indiana and how Black Hoosiers have responded.”
“In this spirit, we’re pleased to introduce a fellowship of $2,500 to support new humanities research that explores anti-Black racial injustice and structural racism in Indiana and how Black Hoosiers have responded.”
Applications are due Sept. 28, 2020.
Contact Leah Nahmias, Director of Programs and Community Engagement
email@example.com / 317.616.9804
Leah Nahmias – Director of Programs and Community Engagement at Indiana Humanities
Indiana Avenue – Now or Never joined us live on Community Connection
“For decades, the rich history of Indiana Avenue and the surrounding area has been slowly erased. Our coalition is focused on reclaiming what has been lost and once again establishing Indiana Avenue and the surrounding area as a destination that honors the rich cultural heritage of black life in Indianapolis. “
“The Reclaim Indiana Avenue Coalition is a diverse group of neighborhood residents, stakeholders, advocates and civil leaders who are passionate about preserving the rich cultural heritage and history of Indiana Avenue and the surrounding area.”
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