Ante las amenazas del Ku Klux Klan: Kiss my ass (bésame el culo)

Kiss my ass (bésame el culo) fue la respuesta literal, e impresa en una carta con el membrete oficial, del Fiscal General de Alabama ante ...

In Birmingham, Alabama, a bomb at church kills 4 girls (Addie Mae Collins, Carole Robertson, Cynthia Wesley and Denise McNair) *McNair was a former classmate of Condoleezza Rice* On May 24, 2013, President Barack Obama signed intoIn Birmingham, Alabama, a bomb at church  kills 4 girls (Addie Mae Collins, Carole Robertson, Cynthia Wesley and Denise McNair) *McNair was a former classmate of Condoleezza Rice* On May 24, 2013, President Barack Obama signed into law H.R. 360 from the 113th United…

In Birmingham, Alabama, a bomb at church kills 4 girls (Addie Mae Collins, Carole Robertson, Cynthia Wesley and Denise McNair) *McNair was a former classmate of Condoleezza Rice* On May 24, 2013, President Barack Obama signed intoIn Birmingham, Alabama, a bomb at church kills 4 girls (Addie Mae Collins, Carole Robertson, Cynthia Wesley and Denise McNair) *McNair was a former classmate of Condoleezza Rice* On May 24, 2013, President Barack Obama signed into law H.R. 360 from the 113th United…

1963 - The 16th Street Baptist Church in Birmingham, Alabama was bombed as an act of racially motivated terrorism. The explosion at the African-American church, kills four girls and marks a turning point in the U.S. Civil Rights Movement. It helps build support for passage of the Civil Rights Act of 1964.

1963 - The 16th Street Baptist Church in Birmingham, Alabama was bombed as an act of racially motivated terrorism. The explosion at the African-American church, kills four girls and marks a turning point in the U.S. Civil Rights Movement. It helps build support for passage of the Civil Rights Act of 1964.

The Rev. Martin Luther King, Jr., in jail in Birmingham, Alabama, April 1963.  In response to criticisms from local clergy that a minister should not encourage his followers to break the law. King wrote his "Letter from a Birmingham Jail" from this cell.

The Rev. Martin Luther King, Jr., in jail in Birmingham, Alabama, April 1963. In response to criticisms from local clergy that a minister should not encourage his followers to break the law. King wrote his "Letter from a Birmingham Jail" from this cell.

De rodillas al lado del ayuntamiento de Birmingham, Alabama, en protesta pacífica contra la segregación racial existente en Estados Unidos en 1963. https://estebanlopezgonzalez.com/2011/04/03/sobre-la-dignidad-humana/

De rodillas al lado del ayuntamiento de Birmingham, Alabama, en protesta pacífica contra la segregación racial existente en Estados Unidos en

Though the horrific 1963 bombing of Birmingham, Alabama’s 16th Street Baptist Church proved to be a turning point in the Civil Rights movement, justice was anything but swift for the men who planted the dynamite that killed four African American girls.

The big break in the 16th St. Baptist Church bombing case

Though the horrific 1963 bombing of Birmingham, Alabama’s 16th Street Baptist Church proved to be a turning point in the Civil Rights movement, justice was anything but swift for the men who planted the dynamite that killed four African American girls.

On Sept. 15, 1963, four black girls were killed when a bomb went off during Sunday services at Sixteenth Street Baptist Church in Birmingham, Alabama, in the deadliest act of the civil rights era.

On Sept. 15, 1963, four black girls were killed when a bomb went off during Sunday services at Sixteenth Street Baptist Church in Birmingham, Alabama, in the deadliest act of the civil rights era.

On May 2, 1963, Black children trained in nonviolent tactics gathered in Birmingham, Alabama, to protest racial segregation. Over the course of the protest, children were arrested, blasted with fire hoses, clubbed, and attacked byOn May 2, 1963, Black children trained in nonviolent tactics gathered in Birmingham, Alabama, to protest racial segregation. Over the course of the protest, children were arrested, blasted with fire hoses, clubbed, and attacked by dogs. Images of the children…

On May 2, 1963, Black children trained in nonviolent tactics gathered in Birmingham, Alabama, to protest racial segregation. Over the course of the protest, children were arrested, blasted with fire hoses, clubbed, and attacked byOn May 2, 1963, Black children trained in nonviolent tactics gathered in Birmingham, Alabama, to protest racial segregation. Over the course of the protest, children were arrested, blasted with fire hoses, clubbed, and attacked by dogs. Images of the children…

September 15, 1963 · Birmingham, Alabama Virgil Lamar Ware, 13, was riding on the handlebars of his brother’s bicycle when he was fatally shot by white teenagers. The white youths had come from a segregationist rally held in the aftermath of the Sixteenth Street Baptist Church bombing.

September 15, 1963 · Birmingham, Alabama Virgil Lamar Ware, 13, was riding on the handlebars of his brother’s bicycle when he was fatally shot by white teenagers. The white youths had come from a segregationist rally held in the aftermath of the Sixteenth Street Baptist Church bombing.

White students in Birmingham, Alabama, drag an African American effigy past West End High School, on September 12, 1963. Two African American girls attended the desegregated school and a majority of the white students were staying away from classes. Police stopped this car in a segregationist caravan in front of the school to caution them about fast driving and blowing auto horns in front of a school. (AP Photo)

White students in Birmingham, Alabama, drag an African American effigy past West End High School, on September 12, 1963. Two African American girls attended the desegregated school and a majority of the white students were staying away from classes. Police stopped this car in a segregationist caravan in front of the school to caution them about fast driving and blowing auto horns in front of a school. (AP Photo)

Here’s a look at what you need to know about the Birmingham, Alabama, church bombingthat killed four African-American girls during church services in 1963. September 15, 2013, marked the 50th anniversary of the bombing. Facts: September 15, 1963 – A bomb blast at the Sixteenth Street Baptist Church ...Here’s a look at what you need to know about the Birmingham, Alabama, church bombingthat killed four African-American girls during church services in 1963. September 15, 2013, marked the 50th…

Here’s a look at what you need to know about the Birmingham, Alabama, church bombingthat killed four African-American girls during church services in 1963. September 15, 2013, marked the 50th anniversary of the bombing. Facts: September 15, 1963 – A bomb blast at the Sixteenth Street Baptist Church ...Here’s a look at what you need to know about the Birmingham, Alabama, church bombingthat killed four African-American girls during church services in 1963. September 15, 2013, marked the 50th…

Pete's Famous Hot Dogs was a legendary Birmingham hot dog stand that was operated by Gus Koutroulakis and his wife Kathy, located at 1925 2nd Avenue North. After Gus' death on April 5, 2011, the stand was closed. In May, the iconic neon sign was removed from the building and taken to the Barber Vintage Motorsports Museum for permanent display.

Pete's Famous Hot Dogs was a legendary Birmingham hot dog stand that was operated by Gus Koutroulakis and his wife Kathy, located at 1925 2nd Avenue North. After Gus' death on April 5, 2011, the stand was closed. In May, the iconic neon sign was removed from the building and taken to the Barber Vintage Motorsports Museum for permanent display.

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