Indiana Black Expo in the 1980's
During the 1980s, Indiana Black Expo continued to set a model for expositions in its vision for programming that became a national forum for social, political and economic achievement for African-Americans. Black Expo expanded its dimensions to look at ways it could best serve the community. Its programs encouraged a focused effort to invest in our youth through education and technology. It also recognized the contributions of African-Americans in the arts and entertainment by showcasing top national talent at each year's events. As the eighties approached Indiana Black Expo embraced a fervent approach for a better tomorrow. The symposiums and seminars challenged the public for critical analysis of issues facing minorities while envisioning positive changes with equal results for all Americans.
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