Tag Archives: Power

  1. Foster Care to Fashionista. The Power of Perseverance.

    Ebony was four years old when the red convertible pulled up to her house and a lady from the Department of Child Services took her away from her home. This would be the first of many times when Ebony and her sisters would be separated from their parents and each other while being placed in…

  2. The Final “Undoing Racism” Speakers Series

    As our nation’s presidential election results affirm, America is a nation divided, politically, with rising racial tension during and after the campaign. But Child Advocates, a non-profit organization in Indianapolis, has been committed to “undoing racism” for several years through community workshops and, this Fall, it launched a four-part, monthly Speakers Series for the public….

  3. Undoing Racism Speakers Series Part 4

    Part 4 of Child Advocates Undoing Racism Series will feature Ronald Chisom Where: Martin University (2186 N Sherman Dr, Indianapolis, IN 46218) When: Thursday,  December 1 Please RSVP to Nikita Garner Ronald Chisom is the Executive Director and Co-founder of The People’s Institute for Survival and Beyond. He has organized tenants, fisherman, cane cutters and poor people…

  4. Part One – Undoing Racism Speaker Series

    Part One – with Berwick Mahdi   Thursday, September 15th 5:30PM-7:30PM Martin University (2171 Avondale Pl, Indianapolis, IN 46218)   Space is limited. Please RSVP to Nikita at Child Advocates.