Current and former residents of the Magic City share their coming-of age-stories from the turbulent civil rights era.
The Montgomery Bus Boycott, which began in December 1955, ended racial segregation in Alabama and throughout the South.
JCMP wants to educate Jefferson County residents about our county’s history of racial terror and advocate wherever racial injustice exists.
Journalists take listeners back to Selma to search for new leads and to expose the lies that have buried this unsolved murder for nearly 60 years.
The Sixteenth Street Baptist Church attack angered Morgan so much that he delivered a speech to white audience denouncing the violence.
Cleopatra Kennedy has used her voice not only to entertain and inspire audiences, but also to move them to fight for freedom, justice and racial equality.
The choir sang stirring freedom songs. Audiences sang the songs at mass meetings and in the streets as they marched in demonstrations.
Members of YMBC are launching a project that aims to honor Morgan’s legacy with programming that addresses systemic racism and social injustice.
Students at Miles College, a historically Black school, led an economic boycott to pressure downtown stores to stop discriminating against African Americans.
Retired and current UAB employees are collaborating on a new documentary series, “Bending the Arc,” that explores the long struggle against racism in Alabama. The first installment was released in October and can been seen in its entirety on YouTube.