Indianapolis area organizations involved in creating and sustaining diversity, equity, and inclusion.
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The American Civil Liberties Union is our nation’s guardian of liberty, working daily in courts, legislatures and communities to defend and preserve the individual rights and liberties that the Constitution and laws of the United States guarantee everyone in this country.
The African Center USA inspires members of our community to strive towards self-reliance and become contributing members of the society.
Promotes the empowerment of American Indians/Alaska Natives and Native Hawai'ians in Indiana to achieve personal, social, cultural, and economic growth that enhances their quality of life.
The mission of AAAI is to inspire central Indiana Asian Americans to serve and lead.
To establish pride of being a Filipino, enrich lives in terms of spiritual, social, cultural and educational values relevant to the community we live in, to provide superior service to our members and stakeholders in the State of Indiana.
Established in 2011, BACI proactively respond to the growing needs of the Burmese refugee population in central Indiana.
By embracing our unified struggle for equity, we seek to put an end to incidents of social injustice and political indifference that affect us as citizens by: Deconstructing Oppression Now Through Solidarity Liberation Empowerment Equity and Perseverance.
Because the natural bonds of human dignity surpass geographic, ethnic, or cultural boundaries, the Immigrant Welcome Center believes all residents of Indianapolis have the right and the responsibility to contribute to and enjoy the vitality and growth of their city and community.
Promote cultural activities of India, to foster cultural exchange between people of India and the USA, and to carry out educational and charitable activities.
Organized because there was a great need to offer assistance and provide programming for the city of Indianapolis on a local level.
IMA is dedicated to provide a forum for Malayalees to come together and celebrate the culture and heritage of Kerala in Indianapolis and neighboring cities
To celebrate the diversity within the LBGT community through a series of events that educate, embrace, and empower the Black LGBT experience.
Non-profit agency committed to empowering undocumented youth to achieve high levels of education, influence public policy, and overall improve the quality of life of undocumented communities in the state of Indiana.
Since 1895, the Indianapolis Recorder Newspaper has continued its legacy as Indiana’s Greatest Weekly by fulfilling its mission of “preparing a conscious community today and beyond” through up-to-date local and national news grounded in journalistic excellence.
The mission of Indy10 will be to present an organized front against injustices through promoting and participating in active and peaceable engagement between our citizens, police, and government.
Cultural and educational organization whose mission is to serve as a bridge of friendship between the people of Indiana and Japan.
Through our comprehensive line of educational programs, social services, and workforce development efforts, La Plaza addresses the high school drop-out rate and academic success of Latino youth and prepares families to succeed in the workforce and the community.
Works towards building a broad Hoosier Muslim community that is strong in its diversity, inclusive, and is capable of effective collective action to preserve its civil rights and liberties, along with those of other vulnerable groups.
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PPINK provides high-quality healthcare to nearly 51,000 men and women each year at its health centers across two states.
shehive seeks to create safe spaces to deconstruct gender inequity.
The purposes of the Association is to assist Taiwanese-Americans to integrate into the U.S. society, to promote interactions among Taiwanese-Americans and improve the general well-being of Taiwanese-Americans in the greater Indianapolis area, to foster friendship and understanding between the people of Taiwan and the United States, to cultivate understanding and appreciation of Taiwanese heritage, and to preserve and enhance basic human rights.