Skip to Content, Navigation, or Footer.
Monday, April 15
The Indiana Daily Student

Trinity Booher and Kailee Lynn hold hands during a protest at the Indiana State Capitol building to protest governor Mike Pence's recent decision to sign the Religious Freedom Reformation Act. "We were eating at Potbellys and saw the flags and knew we wanted to be involved," said Lynn. Adam Kiefer

image

Trinity Booher and Kailee Lynn hold hands during a protest at the Indiana State Capitol building to protest governor Mike Pence's recent decision to sign the Religious Freedom Reformation Act. "We were eating at Potbellys and saw the flags and knew we wanted to be involved," said Lynn.