5 Things We Learned from Rural Resiliency and the New Narrative
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5 Things We Learned from Rural Resiliency and the New Narrative

See what we learned at “Rural Resiliency and the New Narrative” with Ben Winchester.

August 31, 2020
“Crossroads: Change in Rural America” Concludes Statewide Tour 
Crossroads
“Crossroads: Change in Rural America” Concludes Statewide Tour 

Discover how the “Crossroads” exhibit showcased the evolution of rural communities in Indiana, and what the future may hold.

August 24, 2020
Q&A With “Raised in Contrast” Filmmaker Chad Perdue
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Q&A With “Raised in Contrast” Filmmaker Chad Perdue

Learn more about "Raised in Contrast" filmmaker Chad Perdue.

April 27, 2020
Q&A with “The Earthkeepers” Filmmaker Mitch Teplitsky
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Q&A with “The Earthkeepers” Filmmaker Mitch Teplitsky

Learn more about The Earthkeepers from filmmaker Mitch Teplitsky.

April 20, 2020
Q&A with “Hometown Media” Filmmaker Ryan Gleeson
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Q&A with “Hometown Media” Filmmaker Ryan Gleeson

Learn more about "Hometown Media" from filmmaker Ryan Gleason.

April 13, 2020
Q&A with “From Sundown to Sunrise” Filmmakers Pat Wisniewski and Tom Desch
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Q&A with “From Sundown to Sunrise” Filmmakers Pat Wisniewski and Tom Desch

Earlier this year we toured the INseparable Films to eight cities and towns and now they will be available to enjoy from your home. On April 7, From Sundown to Sunrise premieres on Facebook at 7 p.m. ET. Tune in here: bit.ly/FromSundowntoSunrise Director and producer Pat Wisniewski is a former steelworker from …

April 6, 2020
New original short films shot in Indiana available to stream online, for free
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New original short films shot in Indiana available to stream online, for free

Indiana Humanities launches month-long digital film festival to share films about how Hoosiers relate to each other across urban, suburban and rural divides

April 3, 2020
INseparable Suburbia
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INseparable Suburbia

Little Fires Everywhere, first a book by Celeste Ng and now a Hulu miniseries with Reese Witherspoon and Kerry Washington, examines themes of race and class, connection and disconnection in the American suburbs. In this post, Leah Milne, professor of multicultural American literature at the University of Indianapolis, reflects on Ng's suburban story.

March 16, 2020