MARCH 15, 2019

Apply to become part of the Speak Truth to Power local fellowship in Indianapolis.

Speak Truth To Power is a curriculum through the Robert F. Kennedy Center for Human Rights dedicated to promoting the study and practice of human rights in classrooms across the world. Through the exploration of human rights defenders from a variety of countries, students come face to face with injustice and begin the process of organizing action within their communities. It is our hope that these students then become ripples of hope in living out the legacy of Robert Kennedy in his mission for peace.

Annual April 4th Commemoration

On this day each year a large and soulful gathering takes place. There are comments, performances and shared moments of reflection. The event is always free and open to all.

Click here to see photos from the April 2018 Commemoration.

Still We Reach: 51st Commemoration Event on April 4, 2019

Time: 5 p.m.

Landmark for Peace memorial located in Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Park

17th & Broadway, Indianapolis

Event is rain or shine

The ceremony will be immediately followed by a community dinner catered by Kountry Kitchen in the King Park Center at 601 E. 17th St.

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Registration preferred, but not required:

*Note: Event is free and open to all, but seating will be limited, and registration does not guarantee a seat*

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The work of the Kennedy King Memorial Initiative is rooted in our community partnerships and collaborations. 

A special thanks to the sponsors of our 51st Commemoration Ceremony:

Speak Truth to Power Teacher Training

April 12, 2019

Time: 9 a.m. – 5 p.m.

Kennedy King Park Center (located in Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Park)

601 E 17th Street, Indianapolis

Registration Required: Visit

Annual June 6th Commemoration

On this day each year, the community is invited to gather to commemorate the anniversary of Robert F. Kennedy’s death and his impromptu speech of peace and forgiveness just a few short months before when Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. was assassinated. The event is always free and open to all.

Click here to see photos from the June 2018 Commemoration