Assistant principal Angela Brito de Rodriguez works to empower Latinos

Urban Act Academy serves kids in kindergarten through Grade 8.

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How the first Black female dean of IU McKinney School of Law is preparing the next generation

INDIANAPOLIS (WISH) -- Thousands have passed through the [...]

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Indy agency continues student advocacy work to eliminate school-to-prison pipeline

INDIANAPOLIS (WISH) -- More children are ending up [...]

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Bankers Life facility EVP works to bring key entertainment to Indy

INDIANAPOLIS (WISH) -- The sports arena is often [...]

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Indiana’s chief equity, inclusion officer takes her place in governor’s cabinet

INDIANAPOLIS (WISH) -- Indiana's first chief equity, inclusion [...]

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Celebrating Women’s History: Janet Guthrie

In 1977, Janet Guthrie became the first women to ever qualify for the Indianapolis 500.

Celebrating Women’s History: Artists share stories through quilting with new exhibit

The Eiteljorg is celebrating the 100th anniversary of women's suffrage in a new exhibition called Quilts: Uncovering Women's Stories.

Renowned jewelry designer inspires women everywhere

A designer who grew up in Knoxville now has celebrities like Blake Lively and Angelina Jolie wear her jewelry. When you meet Diana Warner, you realize she is down to earth yet fearless - a combination that spells success.