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Time.Com names Bryan Stevenson as one of the 31 people changing...

Only one Alabamian made Time.com's list of the 31 people who are "changing the south." And while you might not know his name, you definitely know...

Lynching memorial may be game-changer for Montgomery tourism

A memorial to the victims of racial lynchings and a new museum in Montgomery, Alabama, have gotten a lot of attention since opening in...

Lynching memorial and museum in Alabama draw crowds, tears

Tears and expressions of grief met the opening of the nation’s first memorial to the victims of lynching Thursday in Alabama. Hundreds lined up in...

National Memorial for Peace and Justice in Montgomery open to the...

The National Memorial for Peace and Justice, a six-acre site overlooking the Alabama State Capitol in Montgomery opened to the public on Thursday. Dedicated to 4,075 blacks...

What’s inside Montgomery’s new national peace memorial and slavery legacy museum

The Equal Justice Initiative (EJI) will open two institutions Thursday as part of its work to advance truth and reconciliation around race in America and to...

Lynching memorial will show that women were victims too

A memorial to victims of lynching in the U.S. opens in Alabama on April 26, 2018. The National Memorial for Peace and Justice is a six-acre site that overlooks...

Oprah, 60 Minutes airs photos of lynchings from new Alabama memorial;...

Montgomery, Ala. The original capital of the Confederacy, a city once mired in racism, will soon redefine its legacy when it opens the nation’s first memorial dedicated...

Montgomery makes NY Times’ global list of 52 places to visit in 2018

Looking to travel in 2018? There are thousands of getaways across the globe to explore, which is why The New York Times curates an annual...

National lynching memorial and slavery museum sets open date in Alabama

The original capital of the Confederacy, a city once mired in racism, will soon redefine its legacy when it opens the nation’s first memorial dedicated to lynching...
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