After Bull Connor's reign of terror came to an end, Birmingham's future looked brighter than ever.
Remembering some of the forgotten, yet most integral warriors in the Civil Rights Movement: the lawyers.
In 1963, Birmingham's moderates staged a revolution not on the streets, but at the ballot box.
Tracing the rise of the most powerful politician in Alabama history.
I know Civil Rights history--I lived it.
The path of the Civil Rights struggle moves west.
The quest to save the "steel giant with a glass jaw."
How much damage might Birmingham have been spared if it hadn't segregated its neighborhoods?
In the second installment of Weld's "No More Bull" series, UAB historian Pamela Sterne King talks about Birmingham's industrial beginnings.