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Spirit & Place Festival Exhibits

Image Credit: Marti LaMar by Kaila Austin An exciting array of exhibits are included in this year's festival! Information about exhibit hours are below. To check the festival programming tied […]

B-Movies and Bad History

KanKan Cinema and Brasserie 1258 Windsor St, Indianapolis, IN

Good history doesn’t always make for good drama. Share your feelings about the best (and worst) portrayals of the past on screen through clips and conversation with our panel of […]

$5.00

Introduction to Black Hue-manity 101: Imagining Blackness Then and Now

Eskenazi Fine Arts Center 1410 Indiana Ave., Indianapolis, IN

The power of images is strong and enduring. Depictions of African peoples and blackness have changed over time and influence contemporary thinking and action. Since the Enlightenment, Black humanity has […]

Free

Past the Klan: The Roots of Racism in IPS and Beyond

Central Library, Center for Black Literature & Culture 40 E. St. Clair St., Indianapolis, IN
Virtual Event Hybrid Event

WATCH OPENING REMARKS & SMALL GROUP REPORT OUTS HERE. Go on a journey through the last 100 years of IPS’s past to dispel urban myths and uncover hidden stories around […]

Free

Psychedelic Medicine: CPR for the Soul?

Virtual Event Virtual Event

Watch a recording of this event here. Go on a journey into the mind to explore the possibility of relief of suffering and spiritual growth through psychedelic-assisted therapy. A universal […]

Free

Oracles of Change: Interfaith Understanding through Art & Poetry

Franklin College, Napolitan Student Center - Branigin Room 101 Branigin Blvd., Franklin, IN
Virtual Event Hybrid Event

WATCH A RECORDING OF THE EVENT BY CLICKING HERE. Hear poems from Sikh and Muslim artists and reflect on how poetic imagery can be a meaningful tool in helping us […]

Free

The Moral of Our Stories: Personal Ethics in the Work of Social Change

Circle City Industrial Complex - Ste. C1 1125 Brookside Ave., Indianapolis, IN
Virtual Event Hybrid Event

Three local community activists—Phyllis Boyd, Elizabeth Wallin, and Andy Beck—talk with community member Martin Coleman about maintaining a moral vision when working for social change challenges the ideals motivating that […]

Free