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U Northwest business students use the Race Experience computer kiosk that is temporarily on campus as part of a Martin Luther King, Jr. celebration. Located in the Moraine Center, the computer program can take a picture of a person, and then digitally change their race to African American, C…
Hispanic woman wearing a black motrcycle helmet
DYER | Faith Church in Dyer held a 5K run for members and nonmembers alike Thursday morning.
"Why is your daughter black?"
Why was the issue of race so paramount during the Zimmerman-Martin trial? Black people need to stop acting as if white people are the enemy, because the reality of it is that more blacks die by the hands of another black person rather than by white hands.
Scenes from Hebron and Crown Point's parades and Cedar Lake's Cardboard Boat race
The Blues Mobile was the winner in this heat of the Great Cedar Lake Cardboard Boat Race on July 4. It was piloted by Camerron Gembala, left, Brandon Dobe, Tim Zebleckis and Rodney Shipe, all of Cedar Lake. The lake is the center of life in the town.
In 2004, experts said Northwest Indiana's Achilles' heel was its division of racial groups.
The timing camera flashes as Ralph Nurse crosses the finish line to win at 19:07.1 in the Race for the Region 5K run Thursday evening at Wicker Memorial Park in Highland. All proceeds go to the Northwest Indiana Children's Charities.
It's a family afair as, from left, Zack, Jennifer, Sarah, Allison and Doug VanDer Weide check the route of the Salzeider Family Charity-hosted Race for the Region on Thursday evening at Wicker Memorial park in Highland. Proceeds from the 5K run benefit Northwest Indiana Children's Charities.
Seven-year-old Jack Salzeider, second from right, leads the way at the start of the Race for the Region 5K run hosted by the Salzeider Family Charity on Thursday at Wicker Memorial Park in Highland. All proceeds go to the Northwest Indiana Choldren's Charities.
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Ken Rasmussen, of Cedar Lake, was an easy winner Wednesday in his heat at Cedar Lake's 12th annual Cardboard Boat Race.
Rachel Gurthet, 16, of South Bend, coasts to an easy win over Shamus Shields, 16, and Shawn Shields, 13, both of Lowell, at Cedar Lake's 12th annual Cardboard Boat Race.
Cousins Harrison, left, and Jack Gluth had a tough time of it Wednesday at Cedar Lake's 12th annual Cardboard Boat Race.
The Blues Mobile was the winner in its heat at Cedar Lake's Cardboard Boat Race. It was piloted by Camerron Gembala, left, Brandon Dobe, Tim Zableckis and Rodney Shipe, all of Cedar Lake.
The Blues Mobile was the winner in this heat of Cedar Lake's 12th annual Cardboard Boat Race. It was piloted by Camerron Gembala, left, Tim Zableckis, Brandon Dobe and Rodney Shipe, all of Cedar Lake.
Actor Paul Newman is shown in the 1969 film "Winning."
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