Survivor of 1963 church bombing in Alabama seeks an apology and restitution

Credit: WorldNews- Published on September 26, 2020
More than a dozen sticks of dynamite planted by Ku Klux Klansmen exploded at a Birmingham, Ala., church in 1963, killing four Black girls. The “fifth little girl,” Sarah Collins Rudolph, survived but still has shards of glass in her body from the blast that took her sister, her right eye and her dreams of becoming a nurse....
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State in the southeastern United States
The T-6B Texan II training plane crashed Friday in an Alabama residential neighborhood near the Gulf Coast.
Credit: CBS News - Published 2 hours ago

A US Navy training plane that took off from Florida has crashed in an Alabama suburb near the Gulf Coast, killing both people in the plane, authorities say. Zach..
16 hours ago • New Zealand Herald
Plane from NAS Whiting Field crashes in Alabama
 
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The plane crashed into a residential area. No civilians on the ground were injured, the authorities said.
Credit: NYTimes.com - Published 17 hours ago


Ku Klux Klan

American white supremacist group
A Republican candidate running for Arkansas State Senate said he made "mistakes" as a teenager after repeatedly denying his dismissal from a Mississippi high..
14 hours ago • New Zealand Herald
The phrase has poured into the nation’s rhetorical bloodstream. Organizations from the N.F.L. to art museums to colleges requiring the SAT are accused of..
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Alabama NAACP President Bernard Simelton
Credit: WAAY ABC Huntsville, AL - Published on September 15, 2020 


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