Rep. Sanford Bishop Floor Speech Remembering the 16th Street Baptist Church Bombing, 1963
Congressman Sanford D. Bishop, Jr. (GA-02) spoke on the floor of the House of Representatives in support of H.R. 360, a bill to posthumously award a Congressional Gold Medal to Addie Mae Collins, Denise McNair, Carole Robertson, and Cynthia Wesley, in recognition of the 50th commemoration of the bombing of the 16th Street Baptist Church where the four little black girls lost their lives. The bombing on September 15, 1963 is often cited as a catalyst for the Civil Rights Movement.
Church Bombing Survivor Talks to Students
AVONDALE, Ohio (Jeff Hirsh) -- If it happened today it would be called a case of domestic terrorism. But when an all-black church was bombed in 1963, authorities in the southern state where it happened barely considered it a crime. Today, one of the survivors of the infamous bombing of the 16th Street Baptist Church in Birmingham, Alabama, told her story to some Cincinnati school children. Local 12 news reporter Jeff Hirsh shares her story and shows us how it had deep meaning for the students in the class. Memories of the struggle for civil rights, police dogs, freedom rider buses attacked, and perhaps most tragic of all, the bombing of the 16th Street Baptist Church in Birmingham, Alabama.When it went off it didn't just go boom. It went boooommm, like that. Sarah Collins, now Sarah Collins Rudolph, was a 12 year old in church on September 15, 1963. Sarah's older sister, 14 year old Addie Collins was killed, along with three other children, Cynthia Wesley, Carole Robertson, and Denise McNair. Thursday morning, Collins Rudolph told her story to the children of North Avondale Montessori School. A story of how Ku Klux Klan members planted the dynamite after planting hatred.I think they planted the bomb at night and I believe they wanted it to go off that night, but it went off in the morning. When it went off it scared me so bad because it was such a loud sound.Collins Rudolph was brought to Cincinnati by several attorneys from the firm Ulmer and Berne, who felt her story had to be shared.The first place that I thought of was North Avondale Montessori School, because my daughters all went here a long time ago, says Karen Imbus, who helped bring Collins Rudolph to the school. If you lived through the civil rights era, Rosa Parks, the march on Washington, the police dogs in Birmingham are images you don't forget. But if you're a kid today ages 11, 12, 13, these are just pictures from the history book. But when the history books come alive you really get a sense of what was going on But the message is not just about the past. It's about the presentSarah Collins Rudolph was recently presented the Congressional Gold Medal by President Obama. One bombing suspect was given a slap on the wrist, a six month sentence in 1963 for possessing dynamite without a permit. But the case was re-opened in 1977 and that suspect, Robert Chambliss was found guilty of murder and sentenced to life in prison. Another suspect was convicted in 2001, and a third in 2002 for murder in both instances.
50th Anniversary Civil Rights March On Wash DC/Cleveland Ohio 2013
50th Anniversary Civil Rights March On Wash DC/Cleveland 2013 - Slide Show on 50th Anniversary Civil Rights March on Washington DC, Sat Aug 24 2013 - Video Speeches on 50th Anniversary Civil Rights March in Cleveland Ohio, Wed August 28 2013 - Speakers(in order) Harriet Applegate (AFL-CIO), Nina Turner (Ohio State Senator - District 25), Marsha Fudge (U.S. Representative for Ohio's 11th congressional district)
Pastor Orders Female Congregants To Come To Church Without Underwear for Christ to Enter
Pastor Orders Female Congregants To Come To Church Without Underwear for Christ to Enter
Mothers were also advised to do same and check their daughters when coming to church on Sundays so as to receive Christ too.
Pastor Orders Female Members To Remove Underwear So God Can Enter Their Bodies
SA Pastor Makes Followers Eat Grass! [PICS]
Pastor orders female congregants to come to church with not underwear for Christ to enter
Pastor: women should not wear underwear so they can receive the spirit of Christ.
Pastor Sprays Members With Doom Insecticide To Heal Them From Evil Spirits (Redsilverj)
Healing on the street # Church to the streets.
Healing on the street # Church to the streets # Go ye into all the world, and preach the gospel to every creature. St Mark 16:15.
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Alabama is a southeastern U.S. state that’s home to significant landmarks from the American Civil Rights Movement. The city of Birmingham's 16th Street Baptist Church, now a museum, was a protest headquarters in the 1960s. Martin Luther King, Jr.'s church and the Rosa Parks Museum, dedicated to the activist, can be found in the capital of Montgomery.
Bellingrath Gardens and Home.
Birmingham Civil Rights Institute.
Birmingham Museum of Art.
Cheaha State Park.
Gulf State Park.
Huntsville Botanical Garden.
McWane Science Center.
Point Mallard Park.
U.S. Space & Rocket Center.
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Aim Birmingham, Alabama 2012 Youth on the move
Aim Birmingham, Alabama 2012 Youth on the move
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The demolition of the old municipal building in Hobson City
The demolition of the old municipal building in Hobson City, Alabama
The Wright Brothers National Memorial in Kill Devil Hills, North Carolina
According to Wikipedia... Wright Brothers National Memorial, located in Kill Devil Hills, North Carolina, commemorates the first successful, sustained, powered flights in a heavier-than-air machine. From 1900 to 1903, Wilbur and Orville Wright came here from Dayton, Ohio, based on information from the U.S. Weather Bureau about the area's steady winds. They also valued the privacy provided by this location, which in the early twentieth century was remote from major population centers.
The Wrights made four flights from level ground near the base of the hill on December 17, 1903, following three years of gliding experiments from atop this and other nearby sand dunes. It is possible to walk along the actual routes of the four flights, with small monuments marking their starts and finishes. Two wooden sheds, based on historic photographs, recreate the world's first airplane hangar and the brothers' living quarters.
A 60-foot (18 m) granite monument, dedicated in 1932, is perched atop 90-foot-tall (27 m) Kill Devil Hill, commemorating the achievement of the Wright brothers. They conducted many of their glider tests on the massive shifting dune that was later stabilized to form Kill Devil Hill. Inscribed in capital letters along the base of the memorial tower is the phrase In commemoration of the conquest of the air by the brothers Wilbur and Orville Wright conceived by genius achieved by dauntless resolution and unconquerable faith. Atop the tower is a marine beacon, similar to one found in a lighthouse.
Protests in 1960's U.S.A. Archive film 38199
U.S.A. A mass protest. Possibly Chicago. Police escort the protestors. Some carry placards with picture. A man wearing a beret speaks to the crowd. Close up of a man with long hair looking toward camera and chewing. Black flag with white cross. A Protestor wearing a fringed sleeve jacket gets up on a monument, possibly the statueless pedestal of a Chicago Policeman related to the Haymarket riot in 1886. A plaque is shown 'Haymarket Square Police Monument..........Historical Landmark' but not all can be read.
A policeman hits a protestor with a baton. Another woman protestor is carried and dragged away and a man is escorted to a Police Van. Protestors march down street. More scuffles with Police in riot gear. Close up of a smashed window. An injured person lies on the ground receiving first aid. A Police mortorbike. Traffic and US army vehicles.
Bishop David Thomas Sr.
New St. Paul Missionary Baptist Church
1907 Freeman Ave.
Cincinnati, Ohio 45214
Southington Rd (Ohio) to W 52nd St (Detroit Shoreway) via Buckeye Shaker, Woodland Hills, Kin (...)
Watch in 720p full-screen to view map info. Visit for more info. - Waypoints: 0:06 S Woodland Rd
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0:08 Drexmore Rd Station
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0:11 Cleveland Cinemas Shaker Cinema
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Civil Rights Weekend Trip: Kaitlin Coward
30 other students and myself took a 4 day trip to Alabama, seeing the sights and places through the popular cities such as Birmingham, Montgomery, and Selma that were significant to the Civil Rights Movement. The 16th St. Baptist Church, Kelly Ingram Park, Downtown Montgomery, The State Capitol, and The Edmund Pettus Bridge are some of the popular sites seen in this video.
White Supremacist Violence - An Origins Top Ten
Written and narrated by Jessica Viñas-Nelson.
In the wake of Donald Trump’s failure to immediately condemn the Ku Klux Klan and neo-Nazis following the events in Charlottesville, VA by condemning violence “on both sides,” he repeated a long history of blaming others for acts of terror perpetrated by white supremacists. To put Charlottesville in context, in this video we'll review the history of white supremacist violence in the United States.
To view the section of this video about a specific item, follow the links below:
1. Fort Pillow Massacre (1:45)
2. New Orleans Massacre (2:48)
3. Colfax Massacre (3:54)
4. Wilmington Insurrection (5:13)
5. Red Summer (6:25)
6. Tulsa Race Riot (7:46)
7. Ku Klux Klan KonKlave (9:04)
8. 16th Street Baptist Church Bombing (10:25)
9. Greensboro Massacre (11:39)
10. Overland Park Jewish Community Center Shooting (12:51)
A textual version of this video is available at
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St. Joseph Catholic Church - Meridian Civil Rights Trail
St. Joseph Catholic Church was dedicated in 1910. It was founded by the Society of the Divine World and the Missionary Sisters Servants of the Holy Spirit. The sisters also founded a coeducational school that served children in the black community until 1970. While other black churches in Meridian were participating in the Civil Rights movement by holding meetings at their facilities, St. Joseph chose to stay focused on improving the black community through education.
One well-known student was James Chaney, the Civil Rights worker who was killed in 1964. He attended St. Joseph school through ninth grade and served the church as an altar boy. Later, while attending Harris High School in 1958, Chaney was part of a group of students who were suspended for wearing NAACP badges as part of a recruiting program. The principal feared their actions would anger the all-white school board.
St. Joseph school also worked to combat the problem of adult illiteracy in the black community. Polly Heidelberg, who is remembered as a mother figure to many Civil Rights activists, learned to read through the STAR (Student Achievement in Reading) program at St. Joseph.
Local church destroyed by fire celebrating Martin Luther King Jr.'s legacy
LEBANON, Ohio (WKRC) - A local church destroyed by a fire has special plans to celebrate the legacy of Martin Luther King Jr. Sunday.
The Bethel AME Church in Lebanon caught fire in December. Since then, the historic African Methodist congregation has been holding services at different places.
Sunday afternoon, they'll march with the MLK Coalition of Lebanon starting at 12:45 p.m. at the Lebanon Presbyterian Church, which is where they're having services Sunday.
Yao Mien Asian street preacher. Repent or Perish in Hell. Yao Mienh zunh doz yiem jauv hlen.
We are in need of financial supports to bring the gospel to everywhere on the streets.
Prince of Peace Ministry Musicians 2
Jordan Simpson (Keyboard) and DeMario McCall (Drums)
Mitchellville SDA Church Drum Corps
Fiery Chariots Drum exhibition at Health Fair 2012.