Birmingham’s 16th Street Baptist Church

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For those of us who’s childhood included the 1960s, we noticed that the decade was ruled by bombs and bullets. For those who pushed the struggle for civil rights, they encountered opposition that was supported by bombs and bullets. And the military party that occurred in Vietnam was based upon the consumption of bombs and bullets. Birmingham, Alabama cost four lives in September, 1963. Only two months later, another four lives were lost in Dallas: Pres. Kennedy, Lee Harvey Oswald, Officer Tippit and Jack Ruby.
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16th Street Baptist Church Bombing

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Four girls were getting ready for a church lesson entitled “The Love That Forgives” on the day the 16th Street Baptist Church was bombed. Get to know some of the people involved in this terrible event in this exclusive video from Studies Weekly.

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Greenwood Cemetery, Birmingham, AL – 16th Street Bombing Victims

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When Greenwood’s owners went bankrupt, they abandoned the grounds, leaving the cemetery marred by exposed bones, sunken graves and toppled tombstones. The city took over Greenwood in the 1990’s, sponsoring several cleanups and paving a road there.

I have tried to research the history about this cemetery but have only discovered that it is the oldest African-American cemetery either in AL or in Birmingham. There isn’t much information available on-line. I have read good and bad about this cemetery. However when I visited in July of 2013, expecting the worst, the grass was cut and landscaping neat. It was clean and I didn’t see trash about. It appeared that the city is doing their best to maintain perpetual care. I’ve seen much worse.

What makes this cemetery special, is that there are three of the 16th Street Baptist Church murdered victims buried there. Without an office to ask for help, I was luck that after walking around for a while I was able to locate their graves.

It was thirty years before Addie’s sisters could bear to visit her grave, and when they saw its neglected state, they immediately arranged to have Addie Mae moved to another, better maintained cemetery. However, workers who opened the grave recoiled in shock: It was empty devoid of casket and corpse. No one can know with certainty who took the body or why.

50 years after 16th Street Baptist Church bombing, Birmingham

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The 16th Street Baptist Church in Birmingham, Alabama was bombed on Sunday, September 15, 1963. The racially motivated explosion at the African-American church, which killed four girls, marked a turning point in the U.S. 1960s Civil Rights Movement and contributed to the passage of the Civil Rights Act of 1964.

Check out my video with 16th Street Baptist Church administrator, Lamar Washington talking about the moment in time we will never forget.

16th Street Baptist Church bombing victim shares thoughts after attacker’s parole is denied

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Sarah Collins Rudolph, victim of the 1963 bombing at 16th Street Baptist Church in Birmingham, shares her thoughts after a parole hearing for bomber Thomas E. Blanton Wednesday, Aug. 3, 2016, in Montgomery, Ala. Blanton was denied parole and will co

16th St. Baptist Church Bombing – 1963 | Today In History | 15 Sept 17

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On September 15, 1963, four black girls were killed when a bomb went off during Sunday services at the 16th Street Baptist Church in Birmingham, Alabama. (Three Ku Klux Klansmen were eventually convicted for their roles in the blast.)

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July 16th, 2017 – Microburst (Wide) – Florence, Arizona

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September 16th 2018 Sunday Service – Jesus House Huntsville, Alabama.

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Pastor Peter Oyediran welcomes you to Jesus House Huntsville, Alabama. This is a place to grow, belong and become what you are ordained to be. This service is for September 16th Sunday Service at our main auditorium in Huntsville.

We know that as you watch, listen, and worship with us, you will be blessed in Jesus name. Somebody shout Alleluia!

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Sister Heather Adams – 16th Ward – Arizon Tucson Mission

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Sister Heather Adams shares a testimony while serving her mission in the Arizona Tuscon Mission for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints.

16th Street Baptist Church Bombing (Witness #32)

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On September 15 1963, four young black girls were killed in a racist bomb attack against a church in Birmingham, Alabama in the US. The Baptist church at 16th .

September 16th 2018, Sunday Traditional Service – Oakwood UMC Lubbock Texas

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Sunday traditional service, September 16th, 2018, seventeenth Sunday after Pentecost, at Oakwood UMC, Lubbock Texas.
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