2021 Spirit & Place Festival issues: the 9 years of missing Indianapolis Recorder newspapers, Shortridge Principal. George Buck: An IPS bigot in action, Attucks and the Klan: Myth vs. fact?, and What was the Citizens School Committee: The IPS school board group no one ever heard of?
2021 Spirit & Place Festival: Past the Klan: The roots of racism in IPS and beyond, Synopsis with video: Now what IPS?
2022 Spirit & Place Festival: “Where’d you go to high school?” Analyzing a century of the IPS caste system
Actions by 1922 Indianapolis political and education power structure to create a segregated and hierarchical public school system as described by Dr. Steele and Mr. Richardson, Jr.
Making a Mass Institution Indianapolis and the American High School, p. 19-20
05.21.2015 Indianapolis Recorder Letter to Editor predicts factors contributing to the IPS caste system
09.21.1979 Letter by Henry J. Richardson, Jr. to Dr. Lehamn Adams on the racial politics of Unigov
02.10.2022 The Indianapolis Recorder newspaper supports initiatives to solve the mystery surrounding the 9 years of missing editions
02.09.2022 Indianapolis Recorder Letter of Support: Beginning to solve the mystery of the 9 years of missing Recorder newspapers
Eunice Trotter: The 9 years (1917-1925) of missing Indianapolis Recorder newspapers
12/2021 NOW WHAT IPS? Brief of Nov. 10 Spirit & Place Festival Past the Klan: The Roots of Racism in IPS and Beyond
11.01.2021 Past the Klan: The Roots of Racism in IPS and Beyond PRESS RELEASE
10.19.2021 Past the Klan: The Roots of Racism in IPS and Beyond Press Release
IPS and the mystery of the missing Indianapolis Recorder newspapers
Principal George Buck and Shortridge High School: The legacy of the IPS caste system
Myth vs. Fact: Crispus Attucks High School and the Ku Klux Klan
What was the Citizens School Committee, the most powerful, longest-lasting IPS school board group no one’s ever heard of?
05.31.2017 NUVO story, “Which IPS Doors Will Close?” Enabling the crooked history of IPS
Please realize the video on Attucks history shown during the IPS District Town Hall Meetings is misleading
1900-1920 Indianapolis at the time of the First Great Migration
Making a Mass Institution: Indianapolis and the American High School
Citizen Klansmen: The KKK in Indiana 1921-1928 Indianapolis Section pp 139-150
The real story about the KKK and IPS: The Klan’s involvement with public education was not about segregated schools