Individuals of all ages are invited for a chamber ensemble musical performance of favorite holiday classics at a variety of our locations as well as a Christmas concert featuring The Brown Grass Band at College Avenue.
Join us for a screening of "Welcome Home: Empowering Immigrants to Thrive In Their New Country" followed by an in-person conversation with the filmmakers and participants.
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The housing patterns of Indianapolis, like all American cities, is the result of racially discriminatory real estate practices from the 1920s and governmental policies that began in the 1930s. Indianapolis still mirrors the legacy of racially based lending practices and deed restrictions, or covenants, that commonly became known as redlining. Read about the history of redlining in the Encyclopedia of Indianapolis to see how the past continues to shape the present.Read the article
Join Señora Laura as she presents bilingual storytime in English and Spanish. Preschoolers will enjoy books, songs, and games!See our schedule
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