A feature story on the Debs legacy and an interview with our 2016 Debs Award Recipient by Dan Carpenter were recently published in NUVO. Click here for the story about the Debs legacy. Click here for the interview with Cindy Sheehan.
The Eugene V. Debs House and Museum will be closed this week (June 11th through June 22nd) while our staff is on vacation. We will return to the normal hours of operation beginning June 23rd.
The Foundation’s Secretary, Dr. Lisa Phillips, was interviewed by Univision at the Debs Home last month: Click here to read in Spanish! Click here to read an English translation!
The Foundation’s Treasurer, Benjamin Kite, was interviewed by NPR at the Debs Home last month: Click here to listen!
Thank you to Marissa Schmitter of the ISU Statesman for a wonderful piece on Eugene V. Debs and the Debs Home. It’s always great to receive some media attention. Read the article!
We are saddened at the passing of Charles King, long-time secretary of the Foundation. The Memorial Service, will be held April 9 from 11-1pm at United Methodist Temple, 5001 Dixie Bee Road and Highway 41, Terre Haute
We are happy to announce that the Debs House is now operating on a more regular schedule. The House is now open Wednesday through Saturday each week. Many, many thanks to Debbie Sitarski, a former Debs Scholar and student of Charles King, who called to volunteer. Instead of volunteering, we hired her part-time. She’s completed […]
Deadline: Friday, April 29th, 2016 On display July 1 – August 27, the exhibition will include Leonard baskin’s Homage to Gene Debs from the Swope Art Museum’s collection. Artists are encouraged to create work that pays homage to the progressive ideas, humanitarian values, and social criticism of Debs. More information is on the Swope website.
A new book relating the history of Indiana has been freshly published. This one gives vignettes about 400 people and businesses that formed the state and is readable in 10-minute increments. It starts with the mound builders, Fort Ouiatenon, George Rogers Clark, William Henry Harrison and Chief Little Turtle and goes through two major wars, […]
The Bloomington Herald-Times ran this wonderful article about Debs and the Eugene V. Debs Museum/Home. Thanks to Lee Sandweiss for writing this piece.