Read Time 3 MinutesRachael Ray in Season magazine listed Birmingham as a favorite, must-see location. Take a look.
New exhibits coming to 16th Street Baptist Church, plus update on the Civil Rights National Monument
Read Time 3 MinutesAdd the 16th Street Baptist Church’s parsonage to the list of historic buildings undergoing renovations within the boundaries of the Birmingham Civil Rights National Monument.
Read Time 2 MinutesIt was one of the darkest moments in Alabama history.
Read Time 3 MinutesHave you heard about Freedom Walk—the vision to join three parts of Birmingham that were pivotal in the Civil Rights Movement together for a brighter future? Read on for all the details.
What is the impact of the government shutdown on Alabama’s National Parks and National Wildlife Refuges?
Read Time 3 MinutesAs the Federal government shutdown enters its second week, one of the hardest hit federal government programs in Alabama are the National Wildlife Refuges and National Park units.
Birmingham’s Historic 16th Street Baptist Church along with Civil Rights sites statewide secure Park Service grants
Read Time 1 MinutesLast week, the U.S. Department of the Interior and the National Park Service announced $12.6 million in grants for 51 projects in 24 states that preserve sites and highlight stories related to the African American struggle for…
Read Time 3 MinutesHave you been to the National Historic Monument Civil Rights District? Did you know there are delicious ribs there that folks from all over the world have tasted? You can have some too, and don’t even have…
Read Time 1 Minutes Yesterday, Bham Now was on hand at the dedication of the Freedom Riders National Monument in Downtown Anniston.
Read Time 3 MinutesBirmingham celebrated the distinction of having its Civil Rights District named a National Monument.
Read Time 1 Minutes Yesterday, the Birmingham Civil Rights National Monument was dedicated in front the 16th Street Baptist Church and a crowd of several hundred people.
Read Time 2 MinutesLast month, the Washington Post published a story about Birmingham, Alabama becoming a destination for travelers across the country.
Read Time 2 Minutes The only minority-owned private barber college in the state, the Alabama College of Barber Instruction was founded in 1979 by Clinton Simpson Sr. as the New Breed Barber Shop. His son, Clint, Birmingham resident for all…