A performance by En Pointe Indiana during a Noblesville, Indiana, festival is being called racist because it included a song from “Hairspray” that has offensive lyrics.
El dpto. de educación del estado de Indiana publico estas instrucciones para ayudar a las escuelas y a los padres de familia a decidir cómo se pueden reabrir las escuelas de manera segura durante la pandemia.
A performance from an Indianapolis dance group during the Noblesville Duck Race is under scrutiny for using a song that includes a racial slur.
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Indianapolis officials say they cannot fix systemic racism overnight, but some residents doubt whether things will actually change.
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