Black Legacy Project shines light on Butler-Tarkington community history - WISH-TV | Indianapolis News | Indiana Weather | Indiana Traffic

INDIANAPOLIS (WISH) — A nearly 100-year-old building is the canvas for a Midtown Indy art showcase, the Black Legacy Project.

The Concord building sits in the heart of the Butler-Tarkington community, bordered by North Meridian Street, West 38th Street and the Central Canal.

Starting the late 1950s, Black people could move north of 38th Street. Before then, it was the line of demarcation when it came to redlining, the practice of denying a creditworthy applicant a loan for…

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