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  • Martin Luther King Day

    By Sheila Suess Kennedy on January 20, 2014
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    This morning, I spoke to students at IUPUI’s Day of Service, commemorating Martin Luther King. Here are the remarks below. ________________________________ There is an old Chinese curse that I’m told translates to “May you live in interesting times.” It’s considered a curse because dealing with “interesting” times—times of change and conflict—is challenging. It requires a nimble and flexible mind, a […]
  • Throwing the Book at Civic Knowledge

    By Bruce Hetrick on August 21, 2013
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    Years ago, education advocate Mary Ann Sullivan invited me to visit the Charles A. Tindley Accelerated School—then a new charter school in Indianapolis. We drove to the Meadows neighborhood, had breakfast in a school conference room, heard from Principal Marcus Robinson and met some of the founding board members. Then we got a history lesson I’ve never forgotten. Here’s how […]
  • Singing an Old Familiar Song

    By Sheila Suess Kennedy on August 8, 2013
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    Yesterday, I participated in the ACLU of Indiana’s much-lauded “First Wednesday” series. I was on a panel titled “The Constitution: Peruse It or Lose It.”   The program was introduced by ACLU Executive Director Jane Henegar; the moderator was local businessman and owner of the IBJ, Mickey Maurer; the two other panelists were Michael Gordon, who teaches government at Munster High […]