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  • Birmingham Alabama Civil Rights National Monument
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    Birmingham, Alabama, Civil Rights National Monument

    Historians talked about the Birmingham Civil Rights Monument as part of the larger story of civil rights in the 1950s and '60s. Designated as a national monument by President Obama in 2017,…

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  • George Wallace Segregation and Politics
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    George Wallace, Segregation and Politics

    Historians Dan Carter, Glenn Eskew, and Angela Lewis talked about the life and legacy of segregationist Alabama Governor George Wallace. When George Wallace was governor of Alabama during…

    1,219 views
  • Juanita Jones Abernathy on the Civil Rights Movement
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    Juanita Jones Abernathy on the Civil Rights Movement

    Juanita Jones Abernathy recounted her experiences during the Civil Rights Movement and reflected on the experience of many other women civil rights activists, who she believes were often…

    1,459 views
  • Open Phones with Glenn Eskew Part 2
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    Open Phones with Glenn Eskew, Part 2

    Glenn Eskew talked about the September 15, 1963, bombing of the 16th Street Baptist Church in Birmingham, Alabama, and its importance to the civil rights movement. He spoke by remote video…

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  • Open Phones with Glenn Eskew Part 1
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    Open Phones with Glenn Eskew, Part 1

    Glenn Eskew talked about the September 15, 1963, bombing of the 16th Street Baptist Church in Birmingham, Alabama, and its importance to the civil rights movement. He spoke by remote video…

    182 views
  • 1963 Birmingham Campaign
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    1963 Birmingham Campaign

    Panelists at the Alabama Historical Association’s annual meeting talked about the 1963 Birmingham Campaign and its importance to the Civil Rights Movement. The year 2013 marked the 50th anniversary of the Birmingham…

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