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Women’s Day promotes unity

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  • The Voices of Movement Dance Ministry perform the moving spiritual song of “Now Behold the Lamb” at this year’s Women’s Missionary Society Women’s Day program held at New Bethel Missionary Baptist Church. Special guest, Patrick Means renders an offering selection. Minister Wilisha Scaife, from Union Baptist Church in Muncie, Ind. delivers the keynote address with the theme “Together in Unity with the Spirit of God We Shall Succeed.” Senior Pastor Jack Reed completed the celebration with an invitation to Christian discipleship, remarks and the benediction.
  • 6/30/2015
  • Album ID: 1951604
  • Photos by Learmon Blaylock

Indianapolis mourns Charleston murder victims

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  • Faith leaders from several dominations, members and friends gather at St. John AME Church to remember the nine victims who were fatally shot during a bible study session in the "Mother" Emanuel African Methodist Church in Charleston, S.C. The suspect Dylann Storm Roof was arrested and charged with the murders, and admitted to his rampage. Rev. Ann Henning Byfield, presiding elder of the North District Indiana Conference of AME Churches expresses the importance of leaving the church doors unlocked. Byfield stated she had known Rev. Clementa Pinckney, the pastor of Emanuel AME church for several years. Pastor Timothy Taylor of Tabernacle Missionary Baptist Church closed out the evening’s prayer vigil with powerful words of encouragement to not only the attendees but to all believers.
  • 6/25/2015
  • Album ID: 1950401
  • Photos by Curtis Guynn

End the violence, stop the silence

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  • Ronald Harrod, the father of LaVonne Harrod and Andre Stennette-Harrod leads one of the many prayers said on the third anniversary of the killing of the two young brothers after leaving Cloud 9 club. They were shot and killed while sitting in a car near the intersection of 38th and Georgetown Road. At Recorder press time, the suspect(s) have not been apprehended. One of the purposes of the prayer vigil was to ask if anyone knows anything about the killings. Sabrinna Stennette, the mother of Stennette-Harrod, wipes away tears during the prayer.
  • 6/25/2015
  • Album ID: 1950399
  • Photos by Curtis Guynn

Phi Delta Kappa awards students, educators

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  • Shannon Williams, president and general manager of the Recorder Media Group serves as the mistress of ceremonies at the 80th Anniversary of the Red and Gold Scholarship Gala sponsored by the Tau Chapter of Phi Delta Kappa International. The event was held at the Allison Mansion at Marian University and celebrated the spirit of the sisterhood of teachers who promote the highest ideals of the teaching profession. Left to right: Lettie Harris, co-chair of the awards committee recognizes recipients of this year’s Red and Gold Scholarship Book Awards including Jayde Irvin, Taylor Richardson, MicKensie Turentine, Elize Gabrielle Lopez Gonzales with awards co-chair Lula Spann. The Outstanding Educators Award was also presented to Dr. Dena Cushenberry (right), superintendent of the Marion County School District of Warren Township. Making the presentation were Sherlynn Martin, co-chair; and James Taylor. (Photos/Curtis Guynn) Dr. Nikki Woodson, superintendent of the Marion County School District of Washington Township was presented the Outstanding Educators Award. Woodson was unable to attend the gala, but asked Director of the J. Everett Light Career Center, Shawn Wright Browner (left), to accept on her behalf. Wright Browner is pictured with Evelyn Hicks, co-chair.
  • 6/25/2015
  • Album ID: 1950395
  • Photos by Curtis Guynn

Urban League thanks supporters

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  • Indianapolis Urban League Equal Opportunity Day Indiana Convention Center
  • 6/9/2015
  • Album ID: 2018128
  • Photos by Learmon Blaylock

flip side features fun, scholarships for students

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  • Local Jazz singer Vickie Daniels renders her version of “Down Home Blues” at “Flip Side” hosted by the Eta Chi Chapter of Chi Eta Phi Sorority Inc. as bass guitarist Thomas Brinkley provides background tunes. Eta Chi Chapter Scholarship Committee members Loraine Ruggs (left) and Margaret Pannell (right) congratulate recipients (left to right) Maria Alatorre, Shakeeta Cotton and Brandon Redd on receiving $1,000 scholarships. Oladeke Lyedeke (second from right) received the Eta Chi Scholar Award of $1,500 as well as the Middlewest Region Scholarship of $1,000. All recipients are nursing students at Indiana University. Tiffany Johnson, event producer, dances down the Yellow Brick Road during the “Go! Wiz! Zoom!” skit. Brian Wilson II imitates music of music legend Michael Jackson during his skit titled “Michael Go.” His performance was well received by the audience as he danced to “Billy Jean.” Barbara Boyd, mistress of ceremonies (center) finishes out the evening with Flip Side participants. (Photos/Curtis Guynn)
  • 5/26/2015
  • Album ID: 1940067
  • Photos by Curtis Guynn

Ips celebrates culture during 29th Annual fest

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  • The John Marshall Community High School Drum Line has an eye-catching performance during the Indianapolis Public School and Indianapolis Education Association’s 29th Annual Multicultural Festival. This year’s theme was “Celebrating, Honoring and Embracing Cultural Diversity.” Longtime educator and program coordinator Patricia Payne (not pictured) said this exciting, educational event celebrates the cultural diversity that is so prevalent in Indy communities. She believes it promotes understanding, respect and appreciation by encouraging everyone to embrace cultural differences and similarities. Misha Benson, director of the John Marshall Community High School Choir explains to the audience how school choirs impact students and their educational development. Twana Gipson a student at IPS #91 performs a gospel praise dance as her contribution to this year’s festival.
  • 5/26/2015
  • Album ID: 1940062
  • Photos by Curtis Guynn

Youth sell, exhibit art at East 38th Street library

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  • The East 38th Street Branch of the Indianapolis Public Library held a Youth Art Exhibit and Sales event to showcase area youth’s talent. Left to right: Kenice McTush, LaJoyce Powell and Olivia Woodard eagerly show their work to visitors looking to purchase artwork. Youth ages 17 and younger participated in a nine-week workshop led by Tony Radford, the library’s artist-in-residence. Sharita Scott displays her drink coasters cut out of recycled materials. She designed them with splashes of various colors for an appealing effect. Tatum Arnold describes to her mother, Tangera Arnold, how she came up with the idea for her artpiece and the colors she chose to use. Radford also helped the young artists prepare their 2D and 3D art made from recycled materials for sale and successful business strategies.
  • 5/26/2015
  • Album ID: 1940046
  • Photos by Curtis Guynn

Kids learn to operate their own business

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  • C.J. Harris, hands Alberteen Cunningham a freshly made cup of lemonade while his cousin Damen Means looks on during Lemonade Day. Their lemonade stand was located at a very busy Kroger Supermarket at 86th Street and Township Line Road. Regular, as well as sugar-free lemonade was offered to support good health. Harris and Means were joined by thousands of other children and teens to learn the process of running a business for a day. Lemonade Day, created by Scott Jones of ChaCha fame, is a free program that teaches kids how to start, own and operate their own business. They learn about entrepreneurship, financial literacy, philanthropy and much more through a free workbook, conversations with parents/guardians and setting up their own stands.
  • 5/26/2015
  • Album ID: 1940042
  • Photos by Curtis Guynn

Temple of Praise Assembly dedicates new sanctuary

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  • Temple of Praise Assembly, lead by Pastor Suffragan Bishop Donald Golder (right) and First Lady Barbara Golder celebrate their new sanctuary on Meadows Drive on the northeast side of Indianapolis with a ribbon cutting. This is the church's 13th anniversary and in just three years the church paid off a six-digit debt. All members of the church contributed to the purchase of the new facility. Pictured with the Golders are Anthony Richardson, of A&R Development, and Myron Cheeks, an architect (left). Bishop Golder leads the congregation in singing "Every Praise" with the help of Senior Church Choir Director Derrick Golder.
  • 5/26/2015
  • Album ID: 1940034
  • Photos by Curtis Guynn
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