in Birmingham, AL
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The Birmingham Times
115 3rd Ave W
Birmingham, AL 35204 Directions
Times staff report During a sold out appearance at the Boutwell Auditorium Saturday night in downtown Birmingham, Civil Rights activist, Angela Davis said she never loved the city as much as she did during her visit on Saturday. The Conversation with Angela Davis at the Boutwell culminated a series of daylong activities for Davis, who
By Erica Wright The Birmingham Times Dr. Angela Davis returned home to Birmingham today to speak publicly for the first time since the citys Civil Rights Institute rescinded an award to her that caused an international outcry. Davis spoke during a morning press conference at Tuggle Elementary School which she attended while growing up in
By Yvonne Taunton UAB News After a week of interviews in legislative offices on Capitol Hill, Sandra Cutts, aUniversity of Alabama at BirminghamSchool of Engineeringdoctoral candidate, has been selected as one of 60 students to be a 2019 John A. Knauss Marine Policy fellow. Cutts is also one of only 14 of those students selected
By Kimberly Richards Black Voices North Carolina Gov. Roy Cooper D on Tuesday appointed Cheri Beasley to be the chief justice of the states Supreme Court. Beasley will be the first black woman to hold the position. It is not at all lost on me, this historic factor, especially given that this is Black History
ABC 33/40 A 31-year-old suspect is charged with capital murder in the shooting death of Birmingham Police Sergeant Wytasha Carter. Jeremy Owens is charged with one count of capital murder, two counts of attempted murder, certain persons forbidden to possess a pistol, 3rd degree receiving stolen property and possession of marijuana. Sgt. Carter was fatally
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