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Category Archives: Culture & Diversity

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Setting the Foundation | 1828 Leadership Project Class X Session No. 2

Posted by: IndyHub
Posted: October 28, 2020
Categories: Culture & Diversity, Civic Engagement, Event Recap, YP Perspectives, IndyHub

Our 1828 Leadership Project, Class X recently met at White River State Park with guests Taylor Schaffer, Deputy Chief of Staff for the City of Indianapolis, Ryan Vaughn, President at Indiana Sports Corp, and Judith Thomas, Principal, Cultural […]

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Indy Art + Seek: Indy’s Newest Art Experience

Posted by: Keep Indianapolis Beautiful
Posted: August 31, 2020
Categories: Arts & Entertainment, Culture & Diversity, Community Partners, IndyHub

Close your eyes. Count to 20. When was the last time you played a game of hide-and-seek? Confined to the bounds of my backyard and woefully bad at “seeking” my younger brother, I was probably 8-years-old the last […]

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Catalysts for connections and adventures

Posted by: Kelsey Jones
Posted: August 20, 2020
Categories: Networking & Social, Lifestyle & Wellness, Culture & Diversity, YP Perspectives, IndyHub

You know you are a bookworm when the Indianapolis Public Library’s page is the most visited website on your browser. I’ve had a love for books ever since signing up for the summer reading program at the Oxford […]

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Q&A with Sampson Levingston: Telling Our City’s Story

Posted by: Hannah Thomas
Posted: July 29, 2020
Categories: Arts & Entertainment, Culture & Diversity, Civic Engagement, IndyHub

Indy native Sampson Levingston truly thought outside the box when he created Through2Eyes as a space for people to begin sharing perspective and views with one another. He turned his passion for history into a business and this […]

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