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Indy Toxic Heritage Exhibit

Hosted by Indiana University Indianapolis’s Museum Studies Program, Indy Parks and Recreation and the Kheprw Institute

Explore how environmental harm and advocacy for justice are part of Indianapolis’s citywide past, present and future in the exhibit Indy Toxic Heritage.

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June 21 @ 8:00 am EDT – July 13 @ 5:00 pm EDT
Broad Ripple Park Family Center
1426 Broad Ripple Ave.
Indianapolis, IN 46220
Free

Event Details

Explore how environmental harm and advocacy for justice are part of Indianapolis’s citywide past, present and future in the exhibit Indy Toxic Heritage: Pollution, Place, and Power, on view at the Broad Ripple Park Family Center June 21 through July 13.

Indy Toxic Heritage was developed by Elizabeth Kryder-Reid, Laura Holzman, Ben Clark, and Kay Hawthorne, in collaboration with the Kheprw Institute and Indy Parks and Recreation and in conversation with people across the city. 

The exhibit is free and open to the public. It will travel to additonal Indy Parks locations in the coming months. Learn more at  ToxicHeritage.com/ith-exhibit.

This program received support from an Indiana Humanities Action Grant and from the Indiana University Center for Translating Research into Practice.