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A little over a hundred years ago, Sephardic Jews and African Americans settled on the Southside of Indianapolis. Both cultures participated in an exodus seeking the promise of a new land and they found each other in a neighborhood south of where Lucas Oil Stadium now sits. It is there they would live side by side in racial harmony for generations. Their story is a living lesson in race relations