For every $1 of federal funding, public broadcasting stations raise more than $6 from local sources — a tremendous return and a successful public-private partnership. Still, the new administration is proposing to eliminate this funding and leave millions of Americans without what they believe is the most trusted source of news, information and early education in the country.
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