INDYCAR Drives Deeper Connections with Hispanic Community

The Race for Equality & Change roared to life at Indianapolis Motor Speedway and in INDYCAR since its creation in July 2020 with the goal and creating fundamental change and supporting diversity and inclusivity across the motorsports industry, and one area with many tangible results lies within the Hispanic community. Two key ways this mission was executed was through partnerships with the Indiana Latino Expo and the Indiana Latino Institute, two entities that have a large impact on the Indianapolis community. The Indiana Latino Expo is a nonprofit statewide organization that represents a platform of opportunities for the Latino community. The organization supports various communities in creating awareness of their businesses, promoting economic development, cultural advancement and educational opportunities. The Indiana Latino Expo also helped promote Cinco de Mayo on Main, a street festival on Main Street in Speedway, Indiana, at the beginning of May. The Indiana Latino Institute is a nonprofit agency committed to serving Latino communities throughout Indiana. The organization’s mission is to improve health and advance education for the Indiana Latino community through statewide advocacy, research and culturally responsive programs. While the formal celebration ends this week, IMS and INDYCAR are keeping the celebration going into the offseason, ready to build more support and create even more fundamental change in 2022 for the Race for Equality & Change and the Indianapolis community.

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