A monument to the Sixteenth Street bombing victims offers the chance to share in “gratitude and reconciliation."
In 1963, Birmingham's moderates staged a revolution not on the streets, but at the ballot box.
Addressing The Birmingham News' role in 1963 -- or the lack thereof.
Belafonte induction kicks off weekend of Jazz Hall of Fame events.
The NAACP of Alabama supports black farmers in a dispute against the USDA.
Alabama needs to stay on its voting rights medication.
The My View column continues with reflections on Birmingham's difficult past and its bright future.
The Diversity Awards presentation will be tomorrow night at Sirote & Permutt, the unity walk on Saturday afternoon at Railroad Park.
The quest to save the "steel giant with a glass jaw."
The Birmingham Civil Rights Institute observes Hispanic Heritage Month, and Tommy Stevenson reports.
Dan Choi put a face on a policy that was only words to most Americans, but anathema to gay Americans in uniform.
Was Fred Shuttlesworth a trailblazer or the last of his kind?
"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.