Bethany Friesen, assistant director of The Lincoln Center, poses for a portrait in front of various self portraits drawn by students in the Center’s after school program and other community members on Monday, July 31. The Lincoln Center located in the Bates-Hendricks neighborhood, an area that is seeing lots of redevelopment but few community spaces for low-income residents.
Bethany Friesen, assistant director of The Lincoln Center, poses for a portrait in front of various self portraits drawn by students in the Center’s after school program and other community members on Monday, July 31. The Lincoln Center located in the Bates-Hendricks neighborhood, an area that is seeing lots of redevelopment but few community spaces for low-income residents. Mykal McEldowney The Indianapolis Star via AP
Bethany Friesen, assistant director of The Lincoln Center, poses for a portrait in front of various self portraits drawn by students in the Center’s after school program and other community members on Monday, July 31. The Lincoln Center located in the Bates-Hendricks neighborhood, an area that is seeing lots of redevelopment but few community spaces for low-income residents. Mykal McEldowney The Indianapolis Star via AP

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