NewsArts & Culture / September 18, 2020

Central Library Exhibit Features Murals Created During Protests Against Racial Injustice

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Indianapolis Public LIbrary

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Murals created this summer during rallies and marches in downtown Indianapolis protesting inequality will become a new exhibit at the Central Library.

WFYI's Terri Dee talks with Nichelle Hayes, leader of the Indianapolis Public Library's Center for Black Literature and Culture, about art as a way of expression against racial injustice.

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