August 26, 2020

PUP Launches New Line To Amplify Movement For Racial Equality


People for Urban Progress Executive Director Turae Dabney. - Courtesy Turae Dabney

People for Urban Progress Executive Director Turae Dabney.

Courtesy Turae Dabney

People for Urban Progress, better known as PUP, is making a new line of backpacks and t-shirts to amplify the movement for racial equality.

The Indianapolis nonprofit is known for its dedication to re-purposing, and its new materials include used swimming pool covers. From WFYI's Arts and Culture Desk, Jill Ditmire spoke with PUP Executive Director Turae Dabney about its ongoing dedication to solving community issues.

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