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Mayor Woodfin helps launch reading program at UAB and Children’s of...

By Hannah Echols UAB News Reading to children has proved to be helpful for their development. Reading to newborn and premature infants? Turns out that is important too. Premature and sick...

U.S. Civil Rights Trail Companion Book Showcases Alabama’s History

By Michael Sznajderman Alabama Newscenter Lee Sentell was in college when he personally heard the words of the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. It was during...

People, Places and Things with Gwen Deru

by Gwen DeRu TODAY… **ENSLEY’S FOOD TRUCK THURSDAYS, 11 a.m. – 2 p.m. at 601 19th Street in Ensley. **R&B & KARAOKE THURSDAYS at 4Seasons Sports Bar...

Author T.K. Thorne tells Story of Birmingham’s Unsung Civil Rights Allies

By Javacia Harris Bowser For The Birmingham Times When you think of the Birmingham Civil Rights movement of the 1960s, certain names immediately come to mind:...

New Book Highlights Founding of Alabama State University

By Erin Harney alabamanewscenter.com In the recently released “From Marion to Montgomery: The Early Years of Alabama State University, 1867-1925,” author Joseph Caver brings to light...

Personal stories and overcoming obstacles in ‘1 word’

By Ariel Worthy The Birmingham Times Charita Cadenhead’s one word is “hope.” It’s a word that has showed up throughout her life, but it hit home during...

Christian comic novel has serious message, author says

It was in October 2008 while financial markets were tanking worldwide, and investment banks were contemplating the end of the world, that writer William...

“First Lady of the Black Press” is Subject of Book Discussion

Ethel Payne was important figure in Civil Rights Era Many people do not recognize the name Ethel Payne among the most important people in the...

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