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Birmingham-Easonian Baptist Bible College
Birmingham-Easonian Baptist Bible College traces its origin to 1904, when two African American ministers,...
Birmingham-Southern College (BSC)
Birmingham-Southern College (BSC) is Alabama's only nationally ranked liberal arts college. For...
James G. Birney
James Gillespie Birney (1792?1857) was a major voice in the abolitionist movement of the nineteenth...
Bishop State Community College (BSCC)
Situated in Mobile, Mobile County, Bishop State Community College was established in 1927 as a branch...
Black Baptists in Alabama
Black Baptists in Alabama have their roots in the days of slavery. Spiritual leaders among black Baptists...
Black Belt Region in Alabama
Depending on the criteria employed to characterize the area, the Black Belt of Alabama, named for its...
Black Belt-Big Mule Coalition
The label Black Belt-Big Mule Coalition refers to a political coalition of businessmen and politicians...
Black Hospital Movement in Alabama
In Alabama, as in the rest of the segregated Jim Crow South, African Americans were barred from working...
Black Militias in Alabama
After the Civil War, southern states slowly began to rebuild their state militias. Among these new militia...
Hugo L. Black
Hugo Black (1886-1971) served in the U.S. Senate and on the U.S. Supreme Court for 34 years. He was America's...
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