Educators from across the country tread the stony road of Alabama’s civil rights history to learn how to teach it to the next generation.
Representatives with the U.S. Department of Justice discuss Birmingham’s role in the ongoing fight for civil rights and religious equality.
How quickly we forget. Or never know.
ArcLight Stories and the Birmingham Civil Rights Institute illuminate the diversity of the Civil Rights era.
Andre Taylor remembers something civil rights history forgot.
Fifty years after 1965, humanity still being challenged.
A photojournalist looks at the experience as hundreds commemorate the Civil Rights history of half a century ago.
Birmingham students experienced the Movement in Selma.
This weekend’s throwdown in Selma is no throwback.
Half a century ago, a concerned citizen offered her perspective on the dramatic events that changed American history.
More than a game, baseball — especially the Negro Leagues — plays a big part in Birmingham’s past and future.
As a nation remembers the civil rights icon, a community evaluates the progress of his dream.
Petition calls on politicians to demand investigation into Sheneque Proctor’s death in Bessemer City Jail.
Misconceptions abound regarding poverty in Birmingham — but so do opportunities for progress.
The inconvenient truth underlying so much personal and political turmoil in America.