NEWS & ARCHIVES
President/CEO of Birmingham Civil Rights Institute
Birmingham Civil Rights Will Open at 9 am during Black History Month
BCRI Closed on March 2
Birmingham Civil Rights Institute to be Closed On Easter
Press Conference to Announce 25th Anniversary Events
BCRI Black History Month Program to Feature Marita Rivero, Chair of the Board of the National Trust for Historic Preservation and Executive Director, Museum of African American History, Boston & Nantucket
magazine’s Annual Museum Day Live!
GO on a Civil Rights Tour
Debate over Confederate Statutes
WBHM story on National Park designation
3340 news on New NMAAHC
New York Times on African American MuseumsBham Times article about Faith Workshop
Ahmad ward for National Park from AL.com
The Case for a National Park Designation by Odessa Woolfolk
Birmingham Magazine February 2016
Hand and Paw article in Al.comBMetro 5/2016Birmingham Times: Ahmad Ward Profile
Weld Article about Tedex
Taylor to Lead BCRI Shades of Birmingham
The women gather in Weld
Article in Weld about BCRI Transporation series
2014Alabama’s Contribution to Civil Rights ProgressBCRI Weighs in on Ferguson Protests
BIography ShuttlesworthCivil Rights Mural UnveiledCommemoration of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 Community of ReadersCommunity of Readers Literacy Program to Promote Peaceful Protest and Community DialogueC.T. Vivian Remembers Civil Rights History Icons
Discussion Addressing Building PeaceDr. Pijeaux Reflects on his Two-Decade Career at BCRIHispanic OutreachHistory of JuneteenthHuman Rights Award Ceremony Photos in Scribblers ColumnJuneteenth Culture Festival Magic City Classic: Five Family-Friendly Places to VisitSave Our African American Treasures
Sunday: 1:00 PM – 5:00 P.M.
Tuesday – Saturday: 10:00 AM – 5:00 P.M.
Every day from MLK Day – February.