Fifty years ago today four African-American girls were killed when their church was bombed in Birmingham, Alabama.
I thought readers would find it helpful to have a short list of related resources.
Most of these links have many multimedia resources:
World remembers four girls on bombing anniversary is from USA Today.
Birmingham remembers the deadly 1963 church bombing by the KKK is from CBS News.
Birmingham Church Bombing Victims Honored on 50th Anniversary is from ABC News.
The Speech That Shocked Birmingham the Day After the Church Bombing is from The Atlantic.
50 Years Later: The Sixteenth Street Baptist Church Bombing is from The Daily Beast.
Learning the pivotal moments in America’s civil rights struggle is from The Washington Post.
On the anniversary of the terrorist bombing of the 16th Street Baptist Church in Birmingham that killed four young girls, I’m going to repost this must-listen: https://t.co/Yg6KCy0HDZ
— Kevin M. Kruse (@KevinMKruse) September 15, 2019
‘Fifth Girl’ in 1963 Church Bombing Gets an Apology From Alabama’s Governor https://t.co/DOn8OowEAt
— Mark Anthony Neal (@NewBlackMan) October 4, 2020