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    Hilary Powell
    Hilary Powell is an AP award-winning journalist. She is a health equity reporter for Side Effects, covering how health disparities impact Black and brown Hoosiers for WFYI and The Indianapolis Recorder. She’s also served as the first Video Journalist for the Associated Press in D.C. She has nearly a decade of experience in telling stories for television stations in The Nation's Capitol, North Carolina, Indiana and Illinois. She cut her teeth in network television as an intern for The Oprah Winfrey Show and worked her way up to being one of the youngest digital associate producers for The Oprah Winfrey Network. She's from Indianapolis, is a North Central High School Panther, and feels blessed to tell someone’s story each day.
  • As a dying wish to her mother, 48-year-old Winona Parker vowed to get her high school diploma.It would take the Indianapolis woman four years, and half a…
  • Three times a week, an Uber ride on Indianapolis’ East Side helps to perserve the life of bright-eyed, 11-year-old Jay’Shawn Roberson.Every other weekday,…
  • At a time when they need her the most, Teshezia George says she’s forced to shutter her shelter doors. That leaves women who have fled domestic violence…
  • Side Effects Public Media was recognized by the Indiana Pro SPJ Awards for its coverage of the pandemic. The awards recognize outstanding work by broadcast, print and online journalists across the state.
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    Lt. Gov. Praises Black Barbers as ‘Powerful’ in Stopping Mental Health Stigma
    On a quiet day this month, barber Trey Cato had someone new in his chair -- someone who’d come for the conversation, not the haircut.“When a kid's friend…
  • Three of Central Indiana’s largest health systems want people to understand that racism is a public health crisis. And it's preventable.In a joint…
  • Where there is a mirror and barber chair, Trey Cato sees a ministry.“We’ve prayed in my barbershop,” he says. “The kids are not going to church, but…
  • When Marion County Health Commissioner Dr. Virginia Caine fell down a flight of stairs recently, a pill to treat her arthritis became a way to cope with…
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