Unwelcomed: A Fair Housing History of Sales & Lending Discrimination
Exhibit by the Fair Housing Center of Central Indiana
Now through August 26 in McFarland Hall
Based on the belief that eliminating discrimination starts with education, the Fair Housing Center of Central Indiana in partnership with the Indianapolis Public Library has developed an interactive exhibit that details the history of practices and tactics that barred certain groups from homeownership.
This exhibit is on display in McFarland Hall through the end of August. On a series of 11 oversized panels, the story of redlining, blockbusting, racial covenants, and other forms of housing discrimination are told through text, photos, and QR codes that link to additional resources like videos and reports.
*If you would like to bring a group to view the exhibit, please call the church at (317) 253-6461. We want to make sure you can spend interrupted time in the space.