INDIANAPOLIS | State Sen. Lonnie Randolph, D-East Chicago, has been elected chairman of the Indiana Black Legislative Caucus for a two-year term.
UNIVERSITY PARK | Even as the science education facilities at Governors State University undergo a $22.6 million renovation, GSU students are excelling in their studies.
CHICAGO HEIGHTS | The City Council on Monday unanimously approved a business enterprise plan and policy that could make it easier for minority, female and disabled business owners to secure city contracts.
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SOUTH BEND | Turnout was high as Latino business owners from the area recently attended a training workshop to learn more about the process of becoming certified minority-owned businesses with the State of Indiana.
UNIVERSITY PARK | "Storming the Gates," a 25-minute documentary film on minority access to higher education, will be screened at 5 p.m. July 14 in Engbretson Hall at Governors State University.
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