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In order to celebrate our 125th anniversary, we are proud to partner with Indy’s International Marketplace to present the “Cultural Expression Through Art” public mural program.
 
The mural will honor the support and empowerment the Indianapolis Recorder has provided during 125 years of recording news in Indianapolis.
 
African American artists are invited to submit entries to conceptualize and paint a mural showcasing “Unity, Diversity and Growth” to be painted on the Indianapolis Recorder’s building façade.
 

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