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The Monroe County History Center is located on East Sixth Street. To celebrate the centennial of the passing of the 19th Amendment, the Monroe County History Center is displaying a year-long exhibition on the amendment in the Deckard Education Room.

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The Borg-Warner Trophy sits on the track Saturday before the 2019 men’s Little 500 at Bill Armstrong Stadium. Cutters took first, Bears camein second and Black Key Bulls placed third.

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Riders race along the fourth turn during the men's Little 500 race Saturday in Bill Armstrong Stadium.

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Senior Hank Duncan of Forest Cycling sits Saturday during a moment of silence before the 2019 men’s Little 500 at Bill Armstrong Stadium. Forest finished 13th.

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Students listen in while then-junior Jeffrey Bae explains how to get involved in student government at IU. IU Student Government passed two changes to its Election Code last week that will change the executive ticket to include only the president and vice president by name and remove sections of the code from the IUSG Constitution.

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Senior Maddie Pierce has been rowing at IU for over three years. Pierce has helped the team finish in the top five every year at the Big Ten Championships and has been a part of three NCAA Championship qualifying teams.

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Weaver, once an all-black farming community where Abram Smith was buried, is about 10 miles south of Marion, Indiana. When Smith was buried here, the Indiana National Guard watched over his funeral.

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Weaver, once an all-black farming community where Abram Smith was buried, is about 10 miles south of Marion, Indiana. When Smith was buried here, the Indiana National Guard watched over his funeral.

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Riverside Drive, once known as River Road, hugs the Mississinewa River. Thomas Shipp, Abram Smith and James Cameron allegedly robbed Claude Deeter and raped Mary Ball along this road Aug. 6, 1930. 

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Bill Munn, Grant County historian, poses for a portrait outside the Grant County Courthouse. Munn said 10 years ago, there would have been a concerted resistance by the white community to a permanent memorial for the lynching of Thomas Shipp and Abram Smith in Marion, Indiana. 

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