Landmark for Peace

1702 N. Broadway St.
Indianapolis, IN 46202
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Designed by Greg Perry, who created the piece in 1996 with sculptor Daniel Edwards, this artwork stands at the location where Robert F. Kennedy, on April 4, 1968, delivered a speech memorializing Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. (who had been assassinated earlier that day) Reflecting Kennedy's call for justice, non-violence and reconciliation, the sculpture portrays Kennedy and King reaching out to one another across a wide (but not insurmountable) gulf.


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