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Looking back 100 years: How Notre Dame students resisted the KKK

In May of 1924, the Ku Klux Klan (KKK) planned a rally in the city of South Bend, the home of many Jewish and...

Longtime Freetown Village director retires

Ophelia Wellington, founding director of Freetown Village Living History Museum, will be retiring this summer after 42 years of advancing a transformative and creative...

Jingle Rails returns at Eiteljorg Museum

All aboard the Jingle Rails Express! The beloved holiday tradition chugs into Downtown Indianapolis, bringing a world of model trains, whimsical landscapes and the...

Our moment: Eiteljorg Contemporary Art Fellowship challenges traditional notions of Native American art

The Eiteljorg Museum's biennial Native American Fellowship program is an initiative that allows artists to create contemporary works of art while preserving the traditions...

Indiana Historical Society unveils new basketball origins exhibit

The Indiana Historical Society (IHS) unveils its newest exhibit “Going Pro: Basketball Origins in Indiana” Sept. 23. With the help of Pacers Sports &...

Conner Prairie to unveil new African American exhibit next spring

Conner Prairie’s new interactive exhibit aims to shine light on the Black experience in America. “Promised Land as Proving Ground” is a newly designed exhibit...

Don’t miss it: Indiana State Museum’s Canal Nights are back

The Indiana State Museum’s Canal Nights is back in full swing, offering free hands-on and family-friendly activities every Wednesday night. The summer series officially kicked...

2016’s silver linings: Despite struggles, Americans gave generously

It was an intense year for all of America, but high levels of racial and political tension did not prevent Black America from embracing...

The Smithsonian’s African American Museum is a “Living” Testament

The just-opened National Museum of African American History and Culture is a work-in-progress — in every way. Surprisingly, this is its best asset.In one...

From civil war to civil rights, Frank Smith lives Black History

Frank Smith, Jr. emerged from a Mississippi jail and learned that he was wanted — by Uncle Sam.The 20-year-old civil rights worker had been...
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