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Legacy of the Civil Rights Movement in Birmingham, Alabama
Panelists talked about the civil rights movement in Birmingham, Alabama, its legacy in America, and its influence internationally. Speakers included former Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice, who grew up in Birmingham, Alabama, U.W. Clemon, who was a student at Miles College in Birmingham in 1962-63 and took part in the protests, and Doug Jones, Jr., who prosecuted two of the 16th Street Baptist Church bombers in the late-1990s and early 2000s.268 views
“Beyond Suffering and Suffrage: The Past, Present and Future of International Civil and Human Rights” was part of the 50 Years Forward commemoration of the civil rights movement events of 1963 in Birmingham,
President Franklin Roosevelt's First Fireside Chat
During Franklin D. Roosevelt’s presidency, he delivered a number of radio broadcasts which became known as fireside chats to inform and build public support for his administration’s efforts during the Great Depression, World War II, and the enactment of New Deal policies. This is President Roosevelt’s first fireside chat from March 12, 1933, titled, “The Banking Crisis.”2,413 views
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