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Kennedy King

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Dating back to the 1800s, Kennedy King is a historic and culturally significant area located just north of downtown Indianapolis. It was in this neighborhood that Robert F. Kennedy delivered a famous speech on April 4, 1968, announcing the assassination of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. The Landmark for Peace Memorial, a sculpture depicting Kennedy and King reaching out to each other, commemorates this event and stands as a symbol of unity and peace. Rich in architectural history, Kennedy-King is one of Indianapolis’ fastest growing urban neighborhoods, offering a quiet and unique enclave within the bustling vibrancy of Indianapolis.

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