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The Birmingham Times
March on Washington observed in Magic City with push for Civil Rights National Park(named a National Treasure in 2015), the march route includes civil rights land
March on Washington observed in Magic City with push for Civil Rights National Park
The Birmingham Times / Posted 2 days ago
(named a National Treasure in 2015), the march route includes civil rights landmarks the 16th Street Baptist Church, the Birmingham Civil Rights Institute, and Kelly Ingram Park. Following the march, R&B artist Ledisi will perform in Kelly Ingram... Read more
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The Birmingham Times
People, Places and Things by Gwen DeRuMARTIN LUTHER KING, JR & THE CHICAGO FREEDOM MOVEMENT: PHOTOGRAPHS BY BERNARD J
People, Places and Things by Gwen DeRu
The Birmingham Times / Posted 2 days ago
MARTIN LUTHER KING, JR & THE CHICAGO FREEDOM MOVEMENT: PHOTOGRAPHS BY BERNARD J. KLEINA Exhibition” is at the Birmingham Civil Rights Institute displaying its collection of rare color photos, through December in the BCRI’s Vann... Read more
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Al.com
Birmingham Civil Rights Institute to honor U.S. Rep. Eleanor Holmes NortonThe Birmingham Civil Rights Institute will present its highest honor, the Fred
Birmingham Civil Rights Institute to honor U.S. Rep. Eleanor Holmes Norton
Al.com / Posted 8 days ago
The Birmingham Civil Rights Institute will present its highest honor, the Fred L. Shuttlesworth Human Rights Award, to U.S. Rep. Eleanor Holmes Norton, D-DC, at its annual awards ceremony in November. Norton, who has served 12 terms in Congress, is... Read more
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The Birmingham Times
People, Places and Things by Gwen DeRuMARTIN LUTHER KING, JR & THE CHICAGO FREEDOM MOVEMENT: PHOTOGRAPHS BY BERNARD J
People, Places and Things by Gwen DeRu
The Birmingham Times / Posted 9 days ago
MARTIN LUTHER KING, JR & THE CHICAGO FREEDOM MOVEMENT: PHOTOGRAPHS BY BERNARD J. KILEINA Exhibition” is at the Birmingham Civil Rights Institute displaying its collection of rare color photos, through December in the BCRI’s Vann... Read more
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Al.com
British couple who booked flight from wrong Birmingham airport explore Magic City"Sweet Home Alabama" and "Forrest Gump" movies. Even though she went ziplining
British couple who booked flight from wrong Birmingham airport explore Magic City
Al.com / Posted 9 days ago
"Sweet Home Alabama" and "Forrest Gump" movies. Even though she went ziplining and learned about the city's history at the Birmingham Civil Rights Institute, she said it was the people of Birmingham who made the tour memorable. "The people here... Read more
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Al.com
They're here! British couple, who mixed up Birmingham airports, tours Magic City hot spotsand had dinner at Bottega Cafe. Today, the couple is set to take a Zyp bike to
They're here! British couple, who mixed up Birmingham airports, tours Magic City hot spots
Al.com / Posted 10 days ago
and had dinner at Bottega Cafe. Today, the couple is set to take a Zyp bike tour of downtown Birmingham and visit the Birmingham Civil Rights Institute. The will also visit Barber Motorsports for an abbreviated Porsche Driving Experience and... Read more
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The Birmingham Times
Alabama’s youngest delegate to the DNC has dreams come trueinvolved in many academic endeavors, including the Honda Campus All Star Challe
Alabama’s youngest delegate to the DNC has dreams come true
The Birmingham Times / Posted 16 days ago
involved in many academic endeavors, including the Honda Campus All Star Challenge and served as a student guide at the Birmingham Civil Rights Institute. However, she counts attending the DNC as an event that “changed her life.” She saw the... Read more
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The Birmingham Times
People, Places and Things by Gwen DeRuMARTIN LUTHER KING, JR & THE CHICAGO FREEDOM MOVEMENT: PHOTOGRAPHS BY BERNARD J
People, Places and Things by Gwen DeRu
The Birmingham Times / Posted 16 days ago
MARTIN LUTHER KING, JR & THE CHICAGO FREEDOM MOVEMENT: PHOTOGRAPHS BY BERNARD J. KILEINA Exhibition” is at the Birmingham Civil Rights Institute displaying its collection of rare color photos, through December in the BCRI’s Vann... Read more
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Philly.com
Four little church bomb victims will never be forgottena war victim. For a long time my hometown tried to ignore its history. Finally,
Four little church bomb victims will never be forgotten
Philly.com / Posted 21 days ago
a war victim. For a long time my hometown tried to ignore its history. Finally, in 1992 it faced its past by opening the Birmingham Civil Rights Institute just steps away from Sixteenth Street Church and Kelly Ingram Park, where many... Read more
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The Birmingham Times
History students take a walk through Birmingham's pastSterne King and her students examined ways in which cities present their storie
History students take a walk through Birmingham's past
The Birmingham Times / Posted 23 days ago
Sterne King and her students examined ways in which cities present their stories. They also met local historians from the Birmingham Civil Rights Institute and the Birmingham Black Radio Museum, getting a glimpse of potential careers in the field.... Read more
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The Birmingham Times
People, Places and Things by Gwen DeRuMARTIN LUTHER KING, JR & THE CHICAGO FREEDOM MOVEMENT: PHOTOGRAPHS BY BERNARD J
People, Places and Things by Gwen DeRu
The Birmingham Times / Posted 23 days ago
MARTIN LUTHER KING, JR & THE CHICAGO FREEDOM MOVEMENT: PHOTOGRAPHS BY BERNARD J. KILEINA Exhibition” is at the Birmingham Civil Rights Institute displaying its collection of rare color photos, through December in the BCRI’s Vann... Read more
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Alabaster Reporter
Kids First Awareness Community Center praying for unity, peaceinvited Hezekiah Jackson, President of the Metro Birmingham Chapter of the NAAC
Kids First Awareness Community Center praying for unity, peace
Alabaster Reporter / Posted 23 days ago
invited Hezekiah Jackson, President of the Metro Birmingham Chapter of the NAACP and Priscilla Hancock Cooper, of the Birmingham Civil Rights Institute to talk about African American heritage after the prayer. Hawkins said she wanted the kids... Read more

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