Federal Appeals Court Blocks Execution Of Alabama Inmate Matthew Reeves
The 43-year-old was convicted of capital murder in 1996.
Alabama Appeals Court Ruling That Its Redistricting Map Violates Black Voting Rights
It’s a victory for Democrats, for now.
MLK TRIBUTE: Historical Landmarks In Georgia And Alabama To Visit In Commemoration With Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.
In honor of MLK Day, we highlight six National Historic Landmarks to visit this weekend.
Judge Expunges Juvenile Record Of Claudette Colvin Who Refused To Give Up Her Seat Months Before Rosa Parks
She became a civil rights pioneer when she was arrested at age 15 for violating Alabama’s bus segregation law.
Confederate Heritage Group Sues To Deny Removal Of Confederate Monument From Tuskegee, Ala. Site
The Daughters of the Confederacy want to keep a statue located in front of the county courthouse in a city that is 97 percent Black.
Alabama City Faces $25,000 Fine For Renaming Street That Honored Confederate President Jefferson Davis
Montgomery’s first Black mayor wants the street named for a local civil rights leader.
Alabama Judge Booted After Saying George Floyd ‘Got What He Deserved’
Probate Judge Randy Jinks was also accused of sexism.
Alabama Trying to Eliminate Racist Language From Its State Constitution
The document still has Language Stating Schools Should Be Segregated
Body Of Missing Black Alabama Woman Christina Nance Found Dead In Parked Police Van
Civil rights attorney Ben Crump vows to find ‘the truth of what happened.’
Ida Pummels Gulf Coast Area Around New Orleans, Putting Poorer Residents In Extra Jeopardy
The threat is heightened for the economically challenged.