Wednesday Mar 25 | via DFW Catholic
Montgomery, Ala., Mar 25, 2015 / 02:36 pm .- Catholic leaders marked the 50th anniversary of the voting rights march from Selma to Montgomery, Ala. with praise for those who advanced racial progress, calling on others to "march on" toward unity of hearts and minds. Comment?
Thursday Mar 19 | via Patch.com
Jean McCarthy, 79, of Andover, beloved wife of the late Henry McCarthy, died Monday, March 16th, at Blueberry Hill Healthcare, in Beverly. Born in Montgomery, AL, she was the daughter of the late Judd and Gladys . Comment?
Wednesday Mar 18 | via WSFA-TV Montgomery
Dozens of people continue to retrace the steps that marchers made from Selma to Montgomery 50 years ago, and on Monday they stopped at Wright Chapel AME Zion Church in Lowndes County to honor a woman who was killed for helping those marchers. "Today we are stopping at the memorial for Viola Liuzzo," said Vester Marable, a park ranger. Comment?
Tuesday Mar 17 | via Alabama Live
Jerry F. Gartman , known to many as Coach, will be celebrated on Saturday at Mary G. Montgomery High School. The former football and baseball coach died on Friday, March 6. Lee Gartman said his father was the Athletic Director for Mary G. Montgomery as well as a head coach for a number of years. Comment?
Monday Mar 16 | via WSFA-TV Montgomery
The road to recovery continues for a severely burned Montgomery child and her family. It's a story that rocked the community as many rallied around the family in the wake of a deadly blaze. Comment?
Monday Mar 16 | via Daily Mountain Eagle
Franks was a graduate of Lamar County High School and graduated in 1941 from Livingston State Teachers College. She taught in the public schools in Alabama for 28 years, teaching first grade for the last 22 years of her career at Farmstead School in Jasper. Comment?
Saturday Mar 7 | via Wall Street Journal
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Saturday Mar 7 | via Switched
They were just four of the thousands of Americans who came to Selma 50 years ago, heeding the call of the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. for people of conscience to join in protesting the plight of African-Americans in Alabama at the height of the civil rights movement. Comment?
Saturday Mar 7 | via Mashable
When Martin Luther King, Jr. led the 54-mile march from Selma to Montgomery, Alabama, the 2,000 marchers and their supporters, and the 50,000 who met them at their destination, were of all races, backgrounds - and ages. King's Southern Christian Leadership Council had focused on Selma, in Dallas County, Alabama to register black voters. Comment?
Saturday Mar 7 | via The Washington Post
Rev. James Reeb, a former minister at All Souls Church Unitarian, lost his life in the days before the third march from Selma to Montgomery, Ala. Fifty years later, the church reflects on how he impacted the fight for civil rights and how they plan to continue the mission. Comment?
Thursday Mar 5 | via Religion News Service
They were just four of the thousands of Americans who came to Selma 50 years ago, heeding the call of the Rev. Martin Luther King for white Christians to join in protesting the plight of African-Americans in Alabama at the height of the civil rights movement. Comment?
Feb 28, 2015 | via The Paducah Sun Online Edition
That decision was to remain in her seat on the front of a Montgomery, Alabama, bus rather than to follow the driver's order to move to the back. Comment?
Feb 27, 2015 | via Daily Mountain Eagle
Kenneth Edward Herron, born April 14, 1932 in Natural Bridge, Alabama, passed away Wednesday, February 25, 2015, peacefully in his sleep, at home. He was a devoted husband and father. Comment?
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