An area political organization that was once a considered a powerhouse for civil rights and social justice in Indianapolis has been kicked out of its office space in the Julia Carson Government Center for failure to pay its rent.
The Concerned Clergy which consisted of pastors, lay people, elected officials and some local business people was reportedly evicted today for being behind three months on its rent.
Indy Politics is told the organization had a lease to pay $400 a month to the Center Township Trustee’s Office which overseas the building.
It was three months behind when the group was served an eviction notice.
It is unclear whether the Concerned Clergy was experiencing financial issues. It’s annual membership fees were $120 however it paid about $125 weekly to serve breakfast at its Saturday meetings.