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Birmingham’s "Little Korea" in what is now Fountain Heights was inhabited mostly by some of the city’s most impoverished residents. (Alabama Department of Archives and History)

Inside ‘Little Korea’ – One of Birmingham’s Poorest Communities

By Ryan Michaels The Birmingham Times Some of the work Jim Peppler is most proud while covering the South is his photography in forgotten communities, like...

Birmingham to Host ​​​Mass Meeting​ As ​Part​ of ​​‘Poor​ ​People’s Campaign’

Times staff report The Rev.​ Dr. William​ J. Barber, II​ and​ the Rev​ Dr.​ Liz Theoharis will​ co-lead​ a Moral​ Revival​ mass meeting​ in​ Birmingham...

Mayor-elect Randall Woodfin announces co-chairs of citizen-led committees

By Nick Patterson The Birmingham Times Birmingham’s Mayor-elect Randall Woodfin on Tuesday announced six co-chairs of citizen-led committees which he said would be instrumental in moving...

What The President’s Change to the Affordable Care Act Means For...

By Eugene Kiely Factcheck.org The Department of Health and Human Services has announced it will “immediately” stop making payments that help low-income people pay for out-of-pocket health care...

Federal lawsuit alleges Fair Housing violations and discrimination in redevelopment of...

By Nick Patterson The Birmingham Times A federal lawsuit seeking to stop planned redevelopment of Birmingham’s Southtown Court public housing community contends that the city of...

Birmingham City Schools Step to End Global Poverty

Birmingham Partnerships In Action hosted their annual Birmingham Partnership Walk on Sunday, September 22, 2013, at Railroad Park. During the event A.H. Parker High...

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