Sitting at the Feet of our Elders: Flanner House Speaks

Sitting at the Feet of our Elders: Flanner House Speaks

An INwords Publication

There is an African proverb that reminds us, When an old man dies, a library burns down. Henry Butler, a Flanner House Elder, shared this proverb on the first day of our project when asked, why do we need to write down our memories? The Flanner House seniors and elders are rich with stories--stories that come from the gut and from the heart. 

Sitting at the Feet of our Elders: Flanner House Speaks is a project of the Indiana Writers Center and Flanner House Indianapolis and has been generously funded by the Central Indiana Community Foundation's James Proctor Fund for Aged Men and Women in Marion County. 

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