Indiana advocates gathered Thursday to denounce President Donald Trump's recent announcement about transgender bathroom access in public schools.
Faith leaders, lawyers, politicians and local residents spoke Sunday at a rally to support immigrant protections in Indiana.
The 300 men and women losing their jobs at Rexnord are facing a harsh reality familiar to millions of working-class Americans.
The protest at the Indianapolis International Airport was one of several held in the state this weekend.
Among the series of executive actions Trump could sign, one puts a 120-day ban on all refugee admissions and an indefinite ban on Syrian refugees.
Former Indianapolis Mayor Bill Hudnut, who served four terms starting in the mid 1970’s, died Saturday.
Rexnord is relocating about 300 jobs from Indianapolis to Mexico.
At a press conference, United Steelworkers President Chuck Jones said the group wants to work with Trump to save 550 more Carrier jobs.
Trump’s harsh words came the same night Jones called him out again on CNN, saying the President-elect lied to Carrier workers.
One official says there’s a growing interest at the federal level to improve food access issues with urban farming.