Earlier today both of Indiana’s U.S. senators voted in favor of a ban on most late-term abortions; IU-Bloomington is moving to compost much of its food waste; The People’s Art Fair is looking for new participants for their event, which takes place October 3rd.
Civil rights icon and Congressman John Lewis addressed a full house last night at the IU Auditorium. Lewis spoke about his childhood in rural Georgia, where he was the son of a sharecropper, as well as about his civil rights activism alongside figures such as Martin Luther, Jr. and A. Philip Randolph. Lewis was in town to speak about his series of graphic novels, titled March. The event was organized by the Monroe County Public Library and the Friends of the Library. Lewis spoke alongside two co-authors of the book: his chief of staff, Andrew Ayden, and Bloomington-based artist Nate Powell. After each of the three men made speeches to the crowd, they sat down for an interview conducted by Bloomington Mayor Mark Kruzan. We bring you a portion of that interview now, where Kruzan asks questions from the audience. The event was recorded by Community Access Television Services.
INS AND OUTS OF MONEY
The Ins and Outs of Money, our weekly segment providing economic education and community resources that keep your budget balanced and your finances flourishing.
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