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Civil Rights

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How An Old White Guy Got Woke

Almost 65 years after covering the murder trial that helped spark the Civil Rights movement, Dan Wakefield is finally gaining a fuller appreciation of the struggle.

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Q&A: Indiana Pastors Alliance’s Ron Johnson on LGBT Civil Rights

“The LGBT worldview and the Judeo-Christian worldview are opposites. When you try to reconcile sexual license with religious liberty, those two things don’t go together.”

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Q&A: Freedom Indiana’s Chris Paulsen on LGBT Civil Rights

“It’s not a Republican or a Democrat issue. It’s a fairness issue. I think Hoosiers want to be known as fair, because we are fair.”

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Skullduggery

On an October night in 2002, before a gala fundraiser for the National Civil Rights Hall of Fame in Gary, Indiana, things got very weird.

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IPL Marks Martin Luther King Jr. Day with Light Display

Its Monument Circle building marks his namesake holiday with an “I Have a Dream”–themed light display.

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Hoosier Artist's Collaboration with Civil-Rights Icon Strikes a Chord

When it was released last month, the Washington Post wrote that March “should be stocked in every school and shelved at every library.”

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