Historic Beach Provides Glimpse Into Realities of Segregated Swimming | Scripps

A historical look at racial discrimination that kept black people out of pools, and why many don’t swim; and what communities across the country are doing today to ensure black communities learn to swim. This includes the story of an abandoned beach in Indianapolis that was once segregated, and the only place blacks were allowed to swim. Scripps News’ Amber Strong has more.



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