The Civil Rights Movement in Birmingham, Alabama

The civil rights movement that occurred in Birmingham, Alabama involved a very interesting, sad, and hopeful history of events. From the bombings to the violent acts of racism and segregation, the actions that took place in Birmingham, AL led to the passing of the Civil Rights Act of the 1960s. Learn more in this video!

Birmingham Civil Rights Institute:
Sixth Avenue Baptist Church:
Birmingham Civil Rights National Monument:
Kelly Ingram Park:
Freedom Riders:
Freedom Riders Park:

Hopefully you learned about the civil rights movement of the 1960s that went down in the south in Birmingham, Alabama. We have a lot to learn from our history. Luckily we have museums like the Birmingham Civil Rights Institute, which keeps this history alive to learn from it. The racism and segregation in Birmingham was so violent that it was nicknamed "bombingham" because of the bombs that targets communities of people of color. Please look at the links for more information on the civil rights stops to see in Birmingham, Alabama.

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