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Descendants of the movement: Eyewitnesses to civil rights history

By Solomon Crenshaw Jr. For the Birmingham Times History often focuses on children of the movement—youngsters who were active participants in the fight for civil rights....

Jefferson County judges who won in historic election honored

Times staff report Jefferson County judges who were part of an historic election in November were honored on Tuesday, Jan. 17, 2017, at the Purpose Center...

Jefferson County’s historic number of black female judges come highly qualified

Times staff report Their professional experiences run the gamut — from lawyers in private practice to partners in major law firms; from elected judges to...

Record Number of Black Women Win Judicial Seats in Jeffco Election

By Monique Jones The Birmingham Times Jefferson County saw a record nine black female judges elected in Tuesday’s election. They will be sworn-in in January. Birmingham...

Tamara Harris Johnson: ‘Daughter of the Segregated South’ and Advocate for...

By Ebone’ Parks The Birmingham Times Tamara Harris Johnson considers herself a ‘daughter of the segregated South’ because of her family’s rich history and involvement during...

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