Valparaiso Human Relations Council
VALPARAISO | Porter County and Valparaiso police officials presented statistics last week that indicate there is no racial profiling being done by their officers when they make traffic stops.
VALPARAISO | Valparaiso's Advisory Human Relations Council is moving forward with a response to local incidents involving racially derogatory comments.
We look forward to March for the hints of spring it brings. We're reminded that there's still green grass under that snow, and we're reminded of how far we have come during Women's History Month.
Launched more than a decade ago at Pierce Middle School in Merrillville, the popular diversity program espoused by STAND, or Socially Together and Naturally Diverse, continues to get top grades when it comes to moving race relations forward.
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