(Indianapolis, Ind.) Black students at IUPUI say they are frustrated with matters relating black culture on campus and are calling for the attention of school leaders.  (Segment starts at 29:30 into the show.)

Plus the ladies from the Alpha Mu Omega chapter of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority are serving Indianapolis’ hungry population on Martin Luther King Day Jr Day. (Segment starts at 2:40 into the show.)

Also, City-County Councilman Joe Simpson calls the Indy Speaks LIVE line and gives his thoughts on Mayor Hogsett’s 100 Day Crime Plan.  (Segment starts at 16:22 into the show.)

 

 

 

 

“Indy Speaks with Cameron Ridle” airs Sunday Mornings at 7AM on HOT 96.3. Follow @CameronRidle on Twitter or email at cridle@radio-one.com . ©2016 WHHH-FM/Radio One. PODCAST Starts After Brief Video Ad.

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