Northwest Indiana
African American Alliance, Inc.

Founded in 2011 to better serve African Americans in the Northwest Indiana area in racial equity, social equality, and racial accountability. 

Our Vision

To create a network that assists in the movement towards racial equity, social equality, and racial accountability within the region of Northwest Indiana.

Our Mission

We seek to engage public and private entities, through advocacy and education.  Our goal is to find solutions to the prevailing issues that impede the progress and empowerment of African American communities in Northwest Indiana.

Youth Mentoring Program

A partnership between the Northwest Indiana African American Alliance and the Valparaiso Police Department


From community-wide book discussions to seminars focusing on important issues like immigration and gun violence, to celebrations of art, culture, and outstanding community leadership, NWIAAA regularly gathers togther our community to advance our vision and mission. 

Education & Resources

Help us buld our list of community legal, educational and economic resoucres.

Freedom Recovery Fund

The Freedom Recovery Fund (FRF) has been established to explicitly focus on the building of Black wealth and to closing the growing gap.

1619 Project

The 1619 Project is a long-form journalism endeavor developed by Nikole Hannah-Jones, writers from The New York Times, and The New York Times Magazine focused on subjects of slavery and the founding of the United States. The first publication from the project was in The New York Times Magazine of August 2019.

NWI Volunteer Lawyers, Inc.

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PO Box 497
Valparaiso, IN 46384
United States