THURSDAY, OCTOBER 4, 20178 / 7:00 – 11:45 AM
Indiana War Memorial and Museum
A designated National Historic Landmark, National Park Service U.S. Department of the Interior. The museum located on the lower level portrays Hoosier involvement in every military conflict from revolutionary times to current Middle East actions. Indianapolis devotes more acreage than any other U.S. city to honoring our nation fallen, and is second only to Washington, DC, in the number of war memorials.
Indiana War Memorial – IN.gov
Kennedy King Memorial
On the night that Martin Luther King Jr. was assassinated, Robert Kennedy was in Indianapolis. He was already scheduled to speak at this urban park.
Kennedy-King Park is recognized as a National Commemorative Site.
Crispus Attucks Museum
Located in the city’s segregated high school established 1927. Exhibits highlight the school’s legend and legacies, Indiana Jazz History, Tuskegee Airman Story and more.