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Indiana Black Expo kicks off its 40th annual Summer Celebration July 12 with a full schedule of events. Most events are free, but some may require reservations, invitation or Indiana Convention Center admission fees. Some require registration or RSVP to (317) 923-3045. Or accommodations can be made online (go to the event on the Indiana Black Expo calendar to register).

More information is at www.indianablackexpo.com.

THURSDAY, JULY 8
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Ecumenical service

Speaker: Rev. Dr. Cynthia L. Hale, senior pastor, Ray of Hope Christian Church, Decatur, Ga.

7 p.m.

Light of the World Christian Church, 4750 N. Michigan Road



SATURDAY, JULY 10
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Film Festival

1 p.m.—“Between Kings & Queens”

3 p.m.—“An African-American Quest for Authenticity”

4 p.m.—“Soundtrack for a Revolution”

Indianapolis Museum of Art, Tobias Theater, 4000 N. Michigan Road

$5 per person for the day

 

SUNDAY, JULY 11
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Film Festival

2:30 p.m.—“For Our Sons”

4 p.m.—“Ten9Eight”

Indianapolis Museum of Art, Tobias Theater, 4000 N. Michigan Road

$5 per person for the day



MONDAY, JULY 12
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Black Business Conference—Mayor’s Breakfast, “The Beat Goes On”

business development, diversity highlights, award recognition, networking

Speaker: Mayor Greg Ballard

8-10:15 a.m.

invitation only

Indiana Convention Center, Sagamore ballrooms 1, 2 and 3


Children’s Day

10 a.m.-3 p.m.

Indiana Convention Center, halls A, B


Black Business Conference—Legal Issues for Small and Emerging Businesses

presentations and a panel discussion will cover MBE/WBE certification, advice regarding doing business as a subcontractor, choosing a business entity (LLC, S-corp or partnership), protecting intellectual property

10:30 a.m.-noon

RSVP required: (317) 923-3045

Indiana Convention Center, room 201


Black Business Conference—Doing Business with Indiana State Education Institutions

purchasing and contracting officials will share information needed to secure contracts for goods and services

1-2:30 p.m.

RSVP required: (317) 923-3045

Indiana Convention Center, room 202


Black Business Conference—Doing Business Globally

business markets and opportunities in China

2:30-5 p.m.

RSVP required: (317) 923-3045 or dmwdb@indygov.org

Indiana Convention Center, rooms 206, 207

Presenter: Albert Chen

 

TUESDAY, JULY 13
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Youth Enterprise Seminar

9 a.m.-5 p.m.

$10—registration required

Indiana Convention Center, rooms 107, 108


Black Business Conference—New Business Opportunities in Indianapolis

opportunities on the 2012 Super Bowl, Wishard Hospital project and the city of Indianapolis’ “Rebuild Indy” project

9:30 a.m.-noon

RSVP required: (317) 923-3045

Indiana Convention Center, rooms 206, 207


Black Business Conference—Winning Strategies for Minority Businesses

steps to navigating business development and business capacity

1-2:30 p.m.

RSVP required: (317) 923-3045

Indiana Convention Center, rooms 206, 207


Black Business Conference—Stretch for Success

panel discussion on tools to position for opportunities; features panelists from Cummins Inc., Eli Lilly and Co., WellPoint Inc. and Clarian Health

3-5 p.m.

RSVP required: (812) 377-5972 or zitong.ma@cummins.com

Indiana Convention Center, rooms 206, 207


Black Business Conference—Professional Networking and Business Card Exchange

Emcee: Ricky Clark

RSVP required: (317) 923-3045

6-8:30 p.m.

Indiana Convention Center, Sagamore rooms 1, 2


Ohio Valley Star Quest 2010—25th silver anniversary edition

Emcee: Tony Lamont

$10

Doors open at 7 p.m., with competition 8-11 p.m.

Indiana Convention Center, hall A

 

WEDNESDAY, JULY 14
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2010 MWBE Summer Resource Fair

8 a.m.-2:30 p.m.

Indiana Government Center South, 402 W. Washington St.


Career development workshops

9 a.m.-3 p.m.

—How to Interview Like a Pro

—Selling Yourself on Paper: Effective Application and Resume Writing Tips

—Seeking Employment Beyond the Gates: A Re-Entry Workshop

—We Know Where the Jobs Are!

Indiana Convention Center, rooms 113-115


Youth Enterprise Seminar

9 a.m.-5 p.m.

$10—registration required

Indiana Convention Center, rooms 107, 108


Black Business Conference—Governor’s Reception

2:30-4 p.m.

Speaker: Gov. Mitch Daniels

invitation only

Statehouse rotunda


Black Business Conference—Contracting Opportunities with the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development

Covers implementation of Section 3 initiative, which encourages using low-income individuals to participate in jobs, business opportunities and training where HUD dollars are spent

3:30-5:30 p.m.

Speaker: Bruce Bailey

RSVP required: (317) 923-3045

Indiana Convention Center, rooms 201, 204


Black Business Conference—Media Reception Honoring Minorities in the Media

Keynote speaker: Roland Martin, CNN analyst and award-winning journalist

6:30-9 p.m.

RSVP required: 317-923-3045

Indiana Convention Center, rooms 101-103

 

THURSDAY, JULY 15
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Pacers Sports & Entertainment Corporate luncheon

Doors open at 10:30 a.m.

11 a.m.-1 p.m.

$50 per ticket; $500 per table of 10

Indiana Convention Center, Sagamore Ballroom


Circle City Classic College Readiness Workshop

A financial literacy workshop will educate high schoolers on money management, budgeting, credit scores, college life and more.

10 a.m.—1 p.m.

Indiana Convention Center, rooms 201-204


WTHR-TV Channel 13 employment opportunity fair

9 a.m.-6 p.m.

Indiana Convention Center, 500 ballroom


Children’s Day at the Circus

10:30 a.m.

$12—buy tickets at the IBE office, 3145 N. Meridian St.

Lafayette Square Mall


Statewide Educational Conference

Speakers: Dr. Norma LeMoine, nationally recognized expert on issues of language variation and learning in African-Americans; Tim King, president, Urban Prep Academies; Tony Bennett, Indiana Superintendent of Public Instruction

—The Impact of Quality Early Childhood Education

—Racing to Success for English Language Learners

—Best Practice Strategies for Working Effectively with Culturally Diverse Students: Look at Indiana Trends and Guidance for a Change in Course

—The MOJO Mindset For Educators: Dealing with Difficult Staff, Students and Parents

—How a “College Coach” Prepares a High School Student

2 p.m. registration

4-7 p.m. program

5:30 p.m. workshops

Free to first 600 participants, registration required

Indiana Convention Center, Sagamore ballrooms 1-3
 

InShape Indiana Black & Minority Health Fair Openings & Seniors Night

3-4 p.m. opening reception

4-8 p.m.

Indiana Convention Center, hall D
 

I am IU Extravaganza

6-8 p.m.

Indiana Convention Center, rooms 107, 108



FRIDAY, JULY 16
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Children’s Day at the Circus

10:30 a.m.

$12—buy tickets at the IBE office, 3145 N. Meridian St.

Lafayette Square Mall
 

Statewide Educational Conference

Speakers: Dr. Norma LeMoine, nationally recognized expert on issues of language variation and learning in African-Americans; Tim King, president, Urban Prep Academies; Tony Bennett, Indiana superintendent of public instruction

10 a.m.

—The Intercultural Development Inventory: A Valid Measure of Intercultural Competence

—“Race to the Top” Superintendents Conversation

—The Trio Project—Examining School Improvement Plans for Strategies Targeting the Academic Improvement for African-American Students

—Empower Your Students: Certifications That Give Them an Edge

—A Black Lemonade Project Sampler: A Taste of Empowered Parent-Teacher Communications

—Gates Millennium Scholars Program

—Building a Coalition of the Willing

2:15 p.m.

—A Community Approach to Preparing Youth for High School Graduation and Post-Secondary Education

—Indiana Department of Education State and School Communications

—How Race Impacts High School and College Success Rates of African-American Males in Indiana

—A Black Lemonade Project Sampler: A Taste of Empowered Parent-Teacher Communications

—Building a Coalition of the Willing

—Education Entrepreneurs Serving Indiana Youth

7 a.m. registration

8 a.m.-7 p.m. conference program

Free to first 600 participants, registration required

Indiana Convention Center, Sagamore ballrooms 1-3, rooms 109, 204-209
 

Black Business Conference—Elected and Appointed Officials Reception

recognizes African-American elected and appointed officials from across Indiana

noon-2 p.m.

RSVP required: (317) 923-3045

Indiana Convention Center, rooms 101-103 •

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