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The Birmingham Times
Talladega College: After heated decision to attend inauguration, Alabama’s Oldest HBCU Marches OnPresiding Judge Houston Brown, who spent more than four decades practicing law,
The Birmingham Times / Posted 6 days ago
Presiding Judge Houston Brown, who spent more than four decades practicing law, including 15 as a county circuit judge; and Birmingham Civil Rights Institute Board Member Emeritus Odessa Woolfolk. “I got a nasty letter about a week ago from an alum... Read more
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The Birmingham Times
Talladega College: After heated decision to attend inauguration, Alabama’s Oldest HBCU Marches OnPresiding Judge Houston Brown, who spent more than four decades practicing law,
The Birmingham Times / Posted 6 days ago
Presiding Judge Houston Brown, who spent more than four decades practicing law, including 15 as a county circuit judge; and Birmingham Civil Rights Institute Board Member Emeritus Odessa Woolfolk. In January 2017, the Talladega College Marching... Read more
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The Birmingham Times
People, Places and Things by Gwen DeRuAND BEYOND: AFRICAN AMERICAN EDUCATORS AND THEIR ART, through October 22 from t
The Birmingham Times / Posted 13 days ago
AND BEYOND: AFRICAN AMERICAN EDUCATORS AND THEIR ART, through October 22 from the CARNETTA AND NORM DAVIS COLLECTION at the Birmingham Civil Rights Institute. ART AFTER 6 – CIRQUE DU BMA, 5 p.m. at the Birmingham Museum of Art. SLOW ART SUNDAY,... Read more
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The Birmingham Times
Carnetta and Norm Davis: Couple’s art collection on display at the BCRImore than 150 paintings, drawings and sculptures over the last 12 years and 30
The Birmingham Times / Posted 20 days ago
more than 150 paintings, drawings and sculptures over the last 12 years and 30 of those works are being shown at the Birmingham Civil Rights Institute in celebration of the institute’s 25th Anniversary. The exhibit, “Alabama and Beyond:... Read more
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The Birmingham Times
People, Places and Things by Gwen DeRuAND BEYOND: AFRICAN AMERICAN EDUCATORS AND THEIR ART, through October 22 from t
The Birmingham Times / Posted 20 days ago
AND BEYOND: AFRICAN AMERICAN EDUCATORS AND THEIR ART, through October 22 from the CARNETTA AND NORM DAVIS COLLECTION at the Birmingham Civil Rights Institute. AT THE BIRMINGHAM MUSEUM OF ART SLOW ART SUNDAY, 2-3 p.m. FREE! AT THE UNIVERSITY OF... Read more
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The Birmingham Times
People, Places and Things by Gwen DeRuAND BEYOND: AFRICAN AMERICAN EDUCATORS AND THEIR ART, through October 22 from t
The Birmingham Times / Posted 27 days ago
AND BEYOND: AFRICAN AMERICAN EDUCATORS AND THEIR ART, through October 22 from the CARNETTA AND NORM DAVIS COLLECTION at the Birmingham Civil Rights Institute. (Look for more, right here.) AT THE UNIVERSITY OF ALABAMA COLLECTED MEMORIES at the PAUL... Read more

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