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Our city is home to some of the world’s most influential women. Learn more about 7 Birmingham women who left their mark on the world.Continue reading “7 influential Birmingham women that left their mark on the world, including Mary Anderson”
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From public servants and grocers to artists and architects, Italian immigrants came to Birmingham, AL, seeking the American Dream. Here’s a look at the lasting imprint Italians have had on the city of Birmingham. Continue reading “Italians leave an imprint on Birmingham”
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Welcome to the Bham Now Guide to Birmingham statues. This edition features statues honoring people.
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Little over a year ago, the city of Birmingham erected in Linn Park, a statue of a small diminutive woman, sitting in a chair with a law book, keeping a watchful eye over the city hall building.
The statue is of Nina Miglionico or as everyone called her “Miss Nina.” Standing at 4’11, Miss Nina was a fearless powerhouse attorney for women’s rights, a public servant and trailblazer.
Continue reading “Birmingham’s Miss Nina – “short in stature…a giant in Birmingham history””