The 2022 Indiana Black Expo's Summer Celebration kicked off last Thursday (July 1) with an ecumenical service at Grace Apostolic Church.

INDIANAPOLIS — A conversation about diversity in the workforce was held during a panel discussion at Indiana Black Expo on Monday. “We have talent in Indiana who are diverse,” moderator Akila Darden said. Darden is the Director of diversity, equity, and inclusion at IU Health Design and Construction. She said diversity is more than just […]

Kelly Price has been slammed on social media for performing “As We Lay” over the weekend at the We Love Music Conference at Indiana Black Expo.  IBE has issued a statement on the matter explaining that Price’s performance was supposed to take place before the Gospel Explosion, and a scheduling mix up had occurred.  After […]

@kwellscomm News Indiana reaction is pouring in, in the wake of a sniper executing a shooting rampage in Dallas Texas that left five Dallas police officers dead and seven others critically injured Thursday night. Indiana Representative Andre’ Carson: Indiana Representative Susan Brooks: “Last night’s ambush on a peaceful protest and on the law enforcement community […]

Indiana Black Expo-hosted project, Your Life Matters, rebrands itself OpportunINDY to continue the work of improving the lives of Indy’s young black males by providing connections to life opportunities and more. Raising black boys into men is no easy task and parents want them to grow up safe, with chances to be their best selves, just like […]

The Afternoons with Amos PODCAST For Wednesday, September 30, 2015. Three Indiana Governors, two Indianapolis Mayors and a variety of Indianapolis community leaders and activists came together to put the career and life of the late Bill Crawford into perspective in a special Afternoons with Amos,  Guests talked about Crawford’s life well lived, his devotion […]

Indiana Black Expo and the Your Life Matters Initiative have joined the frey in calling for Indianapolis police to wear body cameras. This is in the wake of the latest police-action shooting in the city voicing support for the technology. In that incident, three Indianapolis Metro Police Department officers opened fire at 15-year-old Andre Green, killing him on […]

The Afternoons with Amos PODCAST For Tuesday, July 21, 2015. Afternoons with Amos listeners had plenty to say about the controversial traffic stop and then subsequent of 28-year-old Sandra Bland, from the Chicago suburb of Naperville who went to Waller County, Texas to get a job at Prairie View University, was involved in a controversial […]

The Afternoons with Amos PODCAST for Monday, July 20, 2015. For the past eleven years, the Monday after Indiana Black Expo’s Summer celebration, Afternoons with Amos devotes its entire program to allowing the community to have its say about how Summer celebration went.  Indiana Black Expo was created forty-five years ago from the bosom of […]

The Afternoons with Amos PODCAST for Thursday, July 16, 2015 LIVE from the 45th Indiana Black Expo Summer Celebration in Indiana Convention Center.  Traditionally Afternoons with Amos broadcasts live from Black Expo on the Thursday and Friday of Summer Celebration.  A wide variety of guests and topics were discussed.  (Interview Starts At 3:43 Mark On […]

Patrons of the Indiana Black Expo will have the opportunity to view an exhibition of beautiful photos taken by photographer Stephen Somerstein. Somerstein’s photos document the quest for equality and social justice displayed during the Selma to Montgomery marches back in 1995. The exhibition will be on display at the Cultural Arts Pavilion through July […]

The Afternoons with Amos PODCAST For Monday, June 29, 2015.  (Interview Starts At 01:29 Mark On PODCAST Media Player) Nothing gets Hoosiers and Indianapolis residents riled up than announcements that utility bills are going up. Especially, electric, gas or water. Last week Citizens Energy announced that their Citizens Water division was filing with the Indiana […]