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Erin Polley, "Letter: Bringing Stories from Gaza to Indy," NUVO April 19, 2018 For the past several weeks, Palestinians in Gaza have been holding demonstrations every Friday along the border with Israel…
“Sixty-four thousand people lost their lives [nationally in 2016] — that’s someone every 12 minutes,” said Justin Phillips, executive director of Overdose Lifeline, an Indianapolis-based nonprofit. “Ten free kits is not going to be enough.”
Lauren Cook, "Humans of New York photographer Brandon Stanton raises more than $1M for Rohingya refugees," AM New York March 9, 2018
Katja Krasnovsky, "Women4Change Indiana stresses inclusion and civility," NUVO February 21, 2018
The Indianapolis Monthly features Keith and Lewis Turner in interviews of people who were present when Robert Kennedy announced the death of Martin Luther King April 4, 1968.
The Indy Star tells the story of Lupe Pimentel Solano, one of Indiana Undocumented Youth Alliance’s founders.
WISH TV covers Visually Impaired Preschool Services’ REVision art exhibit. It’s up until the end of April, don’t miss it!
“There are two main Narcan products on the market, according to Overdose Lifeline, a nonprofit organization geared to assist families, individuals and communities dealing with addiction. Both products are easy to use and both have saved lives.”
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