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New Hope emergency shelter provides housing

New Hope is an emergency shelter that provides housing for about 90 days to family units — children and their legal guardians — with no restrictions on marital status, sexual orientation or religion.

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Sikhism practitioners having a meal at the basement of a Sikh Gurdwara in Fishers, Ind. They believe that having meals on the floor promotes equality.

Sikhism practitioners in Fishers, Ind. attending a weekly religious ceremony where words from the Guru Granth Sahib are read. The Holy Book contains passages from the Quran and from the Old Testament.

Sikhism practitioners in Fishers, Ind. attending a weekly religious ceremony where words from the Guru Granth Sahib are read. The Holy Book contains passages from the Quran and from the Old Testament.

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Master and apprentice

Read the story: Master and apprentice: without piano tuners, students' music starts to fade

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The other academy

During his regular days, David McDonald helps shape intellectual young minds at Indiana University in Bloomington, Indiana.However, few know that this professor has an even nobler pastime as a volunteer firefighter. Professor McDonald shares his experiences and reflections as a volunteer firefighter and how he finds meaning through volunteering with the fire department.

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New Hope emergency shelter

New Hope is an emergency shelter that provides housing for about 90 days to family units — children and their legal guardians — with no restrictions on marital status, sexual orientation or religion.

The Jefferson Street Parade Band perform at the fourth annual B'Town Jazz Festival on August 23, 2015. The band opened the 2015 festival by marching from the B-Line Trail to Courthouse Square, which they will do again at this year's festival on Saturday, August 20.

The Jefferson Street Parade Band perform at the fourth annual B'Town Jazz Festival on August 23, 2015. The band opened the 2015 festival by marching from the B-Line Trail to Courthouse Square, which they will do again at this year's festival on Saturday, August 20.

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