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The Activist: Jenice Fountain, Margins/Yellowhammer Fund

Compiled by Ryan Michaels The Birmingham Times Birmingham, known as a cradle of civil rights history, today still contains numerous strong voices pushing for change locally...

The Activist: Clarence Muhammad, Birmingham Black Economic Alliance

Compiled by Ryan Michaels The Birmingham Times Birmingham, known as a cradle of civil rights history, today still contains numerous strong voices pushing for change locally...

Restoration and reflection at the historic A.G. Gaston Motel in Birmingham

By Ryan Michaels The Birmingham Times Birmingham Mayor Randall Woodfin, city leaders and other dignitaries that included U.S. Secretary of Transportation Pete Buttigieg, on Thursday cut...

Black Women in the South Have Been Bracing for Roe’s Fall...

Char Adams and Bracey Harris NBC News This story appeared originally on NBC News Tight restrictions on abortion have already placed the procedure out of reach for...

Why Is Toforest Johnson Still on Alabama’s Death Row?

By Drayton Nabers Jr. (This is an opinion column)  As a former Chief Justice of the Alabama Supreme Court, I believe in our state’s criminal justice...

Capt. Ashley N. Johnson: Birmingham (AL) native; Chief of Military Justice...

www.501csw.usafe.af.mil www.501csw.usafe.af.mil Captain Ashley N. Johnson, United States Air Force, is a Birmingham, Alabama native and the Chief of Military Justice for the 501st Combat Support...

Supreme Court won’t review decision that freed Bill Cosby

By Mary Claire Dale Associated Press PHILADELPHIA (AP) — The U.S. Supreme Court quietly announced Monday that it would not review Bill Cosby’s sexual assault case,...

13-Year-Old Dies After Double Shooting in Birmingham, Sixth Teen Homicide This...

The Birmingham Times A double shooting in east Birmingham on Saturday claimed the life of a 13-year-old boy. The victim has been identified as Jaylon...

Henry Irby: From Parker High School to Chief of Embattled Police...

By Ryan Michaels The Birmingham Times When Henry Irby left the Birmingham police department nearly four years ago, he didn’t sound like he had intentions of...

Martin Luther King Jr.’s ‘Letter from Birmingham Jail’ available for all...

By Caroline Gazzara-McKenzie University of Alabama It was 1963 and Birmingham was going through a racial revolution. Demonstrations and peaceful protests against the city’s strict segregation...

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