"I was ready for Birmingham," Shuttlesworth said. "Birmingham wasn’t ready for me."
Shuttlesworth’s religious faith derived its power and authority from his utter willingness to offer his entire self in the service of that faith.
An ad-hoc coalition of local governments and agencies is seeking money that could change Birmingham and make the Birmingham greenways a reality.
While the superintendent and school board grapple over policy budgets, principals are on the front lines.
Posted in ArticlesIn the Birmingham City Schools, a committed principal & community partners make a big difference
“Bev knew what it means to be a citizen,” says Giles Perkins. The Birmingham businessman and civic leader died Sept. 6.
Forty-eight years from the 16th Street Baptist Church bombing, we as a city must choose to ignore our past or embrace it.