The Indian-born doctor is seeking past and future pay, in addition to other damages, for enduring what she considers harassment and discrimination while a resident at the Indianapolis hospital.
Controversy has swirled around a piece of art commissioned for the Cultural Trail’s $2 million public art program. What ultimately happens to Fred Wilson’s “E Pluribus Unum” sculpture of a freed slave could alienate local African-Americans who oppose it or draw the scorn of national art critics.
Organization directors will announce in August any recommendations from an outside consultant brought in after employees voiced concerns about the leadership of president and CEO Tanya Bell.
Carolyn Mosby brings a wealth of experience to the Indiana Minority Supplier Development Council, which she hopes to lead to the next level of success.
Aida McCammon has spent 20 years helping Hispanics improve their lives and succeed in the United States.
The winner of the Small Business Administration award has seen steady growth during its 10 years in business.
The fair at Crispus Attucks Medical Magnet High School will introduce students to post-secondary opportunities at historically black colleges.
The minority-owned logistics firm is also involved in a legal battle with a Washington state firm over the loss of its Boeing
MINORITY BUSINESS 100 Black Men of Indianapolis Inc. was named the outstanding chapter in the areas of education and mentoring at the 23rd Annual 100 Black Men of America Inc. conference. The four-day event held late last month in Atlanta attracted more than 3,000 people, including U.S. Secretary of Education Arne Duncan and New York […]
For the first time in more than 40 years, Indiana helped elect a Democratic president.
Ice Miller LLP partner Lacy Johnson, who helped organize Ill. Democratic Sen. Barack Obama’s presidential campaign here, said
the election represents an opportunity for businesses to move beyond labels.