Gentrifying Indy: A Close Look at the Numbers

By WildStyle – Keith R. Paschall II According to a study commissioned by LISC Indy, 5 census tracts have experienced displacement causing the percentage of African-Americans […]

Police Reform Revisited?

“A reform that begins with the officer on the beat is not reform at all. It’s avoidance. It’s a continuance of the American preference for considering […]

From Indy Community Innovation Lab Emerges “New Music”

What is the Community Innovation Lab and why is KI involved? The lab will bring divergent voices across sectors together periodically over the next 18 months […]

Gentrification by Flood: Welcome to “New” New Orleans

When I was a little girl, we moved to northern Indiana from New Mexico. New Mexico didn’t have hurricanes. Indiana, on the other hand, had a […]