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See Tony Kanaan’s Month-of-May House

If you live in this family-friendly neighborhood, you might pass–or more likely, be passed by–the 2013 Indy 500 champ.

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IM Crime Files: In the Name of the Father

“We are all defined by our fathers,” says Bishop T. Garrett Benjamin of Mmoja Ajabu. “Everything we do in life is either in honor of, or in reaction to them.”

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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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Ask Me Anything: Mali Simone Jeffers

Says Jeffers, “I’m trying to move us past sprinkling people of color into a photo to really being more inclusive and having events that are relevant to more than one type of people.”

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My Look: Bronte Tagliani's Chic Mohawk

On Indy 500 style: “Bikini tops are definitely a don’t. This year, crop tops are really in, so maybe high-waisted shorts or pants and a crop top is a classier version. “

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Tweets of the Week: Indy Mini, Pacers Prom & More

Said @djindianajones of the Atlanta Hawks’ Shelvin Mack, “Right now we don’t care if u went to butler or pike it’s game 7!!!! #gopacers”

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Sneak Peek: Glamping at the Indy 500

Why race fans will spend up to $1,100 for a four-night stay in a tent.

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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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Archbishop Desmond Tutu Illuminates Clowes Hall

His words were perhaps revelatory on the subject of inclusion—by God and by fellow humans—of all people, regardless of race, socio-economic status, religion, and even sexual orientation.

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Fair Play That Changed the Face of the NCAA

Editor’s Note, Nov. 12, 2012: At tonight’s game, Indiana University and its men’s basketball team honor Bill Garrett, the first African-American man to play Big Ten basketball, marking the 65th anniversary of the first game in the conference in which he played. “Well, what happens now to Bill Garrett, Emerson Johnson and Marshall Murray? After […]

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