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Abortion discussed at Civil Rights Heritage Center

Camden Chaffee Staff Writer Since the landmark Roe V. Wade Supreme Court case in 1972, abortion has become a widely debated topic in the U.S, separating the country into two sects – pro-life and pro-choice. This week, the IUSB Civil Rights Heritage Center decided to tackle this subject by pairing a documentary, “Our Bodies Our

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The Michiana Women Leaders Inc. celebrated Women’s Equality Day at the Civil Rights Heritage Center

By: TAYLOR HILL Staff Writer tarehill@iu.edu Women and supporters in the Michiana area flooded the Civil Rights Heritage Center on the evening of Monday, August 26. Some may recognize this date as Women’s Equality Day. The Michiana Women Leaders Inc. (MWL) used this day to honor women in our community who have impacted others through

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Upcoming exhibit showcases “Ability” at Civil Rights Heritage Center

By: HENRY FREESE Staff Writer hefreese@iu.edu The art exhibit, “Ability,” was created to help eliminate the negative stigmas associated with people with disabilities, especially students. In its third year, it has expanded to include artwork from community members. The Civil Rights Heritage Center (CRHC), in connection the Office of Disability Support Services (ODSS) at IU

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Black History Month at the IU South Bend Civil Rights Heritage Center

By: NEIL KING Staff Writer February is dedicated to honoring and remembering the plights and triumphs of African Americans. George Gardner suggests that every month is Black History Month for him and his coworkers. Gardner works at IU South Bend’s Civil Rights Heritage Center (CRHC) in South Bend. According to Gardner, the CRHC is funded

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