Join the movement to build a stronger community for all.
Equity is justice. Equity is economic opportunity. Equity benefits us all.
Through intentional learning—and unlearning—our historic and existing inequitable systems and practices, we can activate a collective power to drive equitable change through empathy, authenticity, and confronting the truth.
We believe that by coming together and putting equity at the center of our individual daily behavior, we can create an Indianapolis and Central Indiana community known for being the most inclusive and anti-racist city and region in the nation.
The Indianapolis Foundation is developing a robust digital platform and a community-based campaign in Central Indiana committed to mobilizing people to become more anti-racist. We are calling it The Movement of 10k (MVMT10K). We will collectively recruit and engage at least 10,000 people across the community over the next three years. Participants will engage in racial equity work, commit to anti-racist actions, and make works of equity a life’s practice.
We plan to launch the digital platform before the spring of 2022. Fill out the form below to be among the first to know when we launch—and for the opportunity to preview the experience and give feedback prior to officially launching.
This is a movement for all. We want individuals from both the corporate and civic worlds and any motivated resident in Central Indiana to join.
This is an opportunity for people of all identities to come together to learn, grow and share perspectives—to build relationships in authentic and radical ways.
The ultimate outcome we are striving for is at least 10,000 knowledgeable people committing to a life’s practice of works of equity and building authentic relationships that center on empathy, authenticity, and growth through vulnerability.
We have studied the growing body of research that tells a dismaying story about the lack of equitable access to opportunity in this nation, state, and region. Studies from The Brookings Institution, nationally, and locally in partnership with Indy Chamber and the Central Indiana Corporate Partnership (CICP); Stanford researcher Raj Chetty; and several others confirm that a person’s race has a profound impact on whether that individual has access to opportunity. If we want Central Indiana to be a healthy and thriving community with inclusive economic growth something has to change. And the time is now.
We plan to launch the digital platform this spring. Fill out the form below to be among the first to know when we launch—and for the opportunity to preview the experience and give feedback prior to officially launching.