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Inside the Birmingham community where Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. found...

By Ariel Worthy The Birmingham Times Jeff Drew remembers the first day he met the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., who stayed with his family...

Congressional delegation tours Birmingham during Civil Rights Pilgrimage

By Ariel Worthy The Birmingham Times A bipartisan delegation of Congressional members - blacks and whites; Democrats and Republicans; men and women -- on Friday  toured...

#BlackHistoryMonth: Notable Black Alabamians, Part One

Times staff report The AT&T Alabama African-American History Calendar has been highlighting the achievements of the state’s best and brightest since 2011. It highlights the...

Loretta Lynch delivers final speech as Attorney General in Birmingham

By Solomon Crenshaw Jr. For The Birmingham Times While there has been progress in the fight for justice, that fight is far from over, United States Attorney...

President Obama establishes National Monument in Birmingham

Monique Jones The Birmingham Times It’s official: Birmingham has been declared a national monument. As one of his last acts in the Oval Office, President Barack Obama...

Sixteenth Street Baptist Church, Birmingham Civil Rights Institute among 39 sites...

By Monique Jones The Birmingham Times The Birmingham Civil Rights Institute and the Sixteenth Street Baptist Church are among the 39 historical and preservation projects in...

Restoring faith in Birmingham 53 years after one of the ‘most...

By Solomon Crenshaw Jr. For The Birmingham Times Fifty-three years ago, the city of Birmingham was wounded by what the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr....

Parole denied for Birmingham church bomber

By Barnett Wright The Birmingham Times A diverse group of Alabama residents from neighborhood activists to law enforcement officials, applauded a parole board’s decision Wednesday against...

Alabama board denies parole for Birmingham church bomber

By Jay Reeves Associated Press MONTGOMERY, Ala. (AP) — Alabama's parole board decided Wednesday against freeing a one-time Ku Klux Klansman convicted in a church bombing...

Families outraged that convicted church bomber could be paroled

By Reginald Greene Special to The Times I remember so vividly that day back in 2001 when the decision was handed down in Jefferson County Circuit Court,...

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