Since the early twentieth century, the area has been a safe haven for Latinx—including my family.
Remembering the Ohio State Penitentiary Hurricanes—and the day my father played against them in 1965.
"This is your Gary, where hands grab at homecoming:/brown soldiers, sizzling streets, airwaves thick from a Motor City."
Remembering the life and leadership of one of the first Black mayors of a major American city. [Excerpted from "The Gary Anthology."]
Ten stories our readers kept coming back to.
In Flint, Michigan, a gathering of the descendants of the men and women who joined the ‘Great Migration.’
Volver, Volver//These spaces still hold your treasures,these pieces y cosas/that I can no longer hold in my hand
The legacy of a multiracial community on Indianapolis’s south side.
An ode to a community institution.
The fair connects communities that often seem worlds apart socially and politically, but are intimately linked by economics and geography.
The work of public memory is not only about the past, but about a shared vision for the future.
For decades, Mike Kirwan was the loudest advocate for a proposed canal from the Ohio River to Lake Erie. But he couldn't close the deal.