No list? No effective hate crimes law.

A Statement from Ann D. Murtlow, president and CEO of United Way of Central Indiana.   United Way of Central Indiana is deeply disappointed that members of the Indiana Senate amended Senate Bill 12 yesterday...

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United Way of Central Indiana’s 2019 Public Policy Agenda

  Poverty is a plague in Central Indiana. Right now, more than 230,000 families are living in poverty or are struggling every month to pay for safe housing, quality child care, reliable transportation and necessary...

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Indiana Forward Applauds Senate Leadership for Hearing Comprehensive Bias Crimes Legislation

  Please see below for a statement from the Indiana Forward campaign in response to Senate Bill 12 being sent to the Public Policy Committee for a hearing this Monday, February 18.    The Indiana...

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To Be Heard, You Must Show Up

  September 25 is National Voter Registration Day; a day to remind Americans the importance of our civic responsibility to register to vote, show up at the polls on Election Day and have our voices...

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The Power of Advocacy

We all want something to change in our community. But how do we make change happen? We’re not talking small, incremental, one drop in the ocean type change — we’re talking substantial, move the needle,...

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How Gary Advocates for the Drexel Gardens Neighborhood

When rocks started flying through the windows of the Drexel Gardens Christian Church, Pastor Gary Lynch knew he had to take action — but he also knew he couldn’t do it alone.   By partnering...

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How You Can Advocate for Indy’s Most Vulnerable Families

When it comes to inclusive economic growth, our region is facing a difficult battle: The Indy Chamber and the Brookings Institution found that Indianapolis’ socioeconomic mobility ranked 47th out of 50 cities studied. This means...

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