Landmark for Peace

1702 N. Broadway St.
Indianapolis, IN 46202

Downtown



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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