The Indianapolis Society of African/American History & Culture(ISAAHC) was established to educate and give voice to the extraordinary legacy and history of known and unknown blacks in Indianapolis since their arrival in the 19th century. The Indianapolis Society of African/American History & Culture (ISAAHC) seeks to identify all those who will serve as "Gatekeepers," of the black experience in Indy. ISAAHC aka "BlackINdy.org," seeks to reclaim, promote and celebrate the past, present and future contributions of the dedicated African/American residents of Indianapois, Indiana. Please join us on facebook at BlackINdy.org. Join a movement to make a difference and tell our stories.
BlackINdy.org is devoted to promoting Black Pride, Positive Images, Cultural and Spiritual Values which truly reflect and reconnects our people with the traditions and legacy which made us who we are in the first place.
BlackINdy.org will serve as vehicle for the services and updates of the Indianapolis Society of African/American History & Culure (ISAAHC) as well as build a website solely dedicated to the thevision and mission of (ISAAHC). BlackINdy.org will become a vital conduit and repository to help in the restoration and preservation of our history, educational excellence, integrity and economic empowerment communities.
Sis. Paula Livers-Powell, Founder/Publisher
Historian, Archivist, Gatekeeper
Indianapolis Society African/American History & Culture(ISAAHC)
P.O. Box 88412
Indianapolis, Indiana 46208
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