Historic, rich past; vibrant, promising future
The Kennedy-King neighborhood holds a special place in the hearts of Indianapolis residents. Born out of tragedy, the name Kennedy-King pays tribute to the powerful speech given by Robert F. Kennedy in the wake of Dr. Martin Luther King’s assassination. Motivating all in attendance, Robert F. Kennedy inspired a neighborhood and city to continue in its fight for peace, love and equality; all values that the Kennedy-King neighborhood prides itself in showcasing. The neighborhood features one of the fastest growing urban populations in Indianapolis. It is conveniently located just north of I-65, providing means for fast transportation to all of central Indiana.
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