The archives of the Institute serve as a national resource for educators and researchers. They are a repository for the collection and preservation of civil rights documents and artifacts. The archival information system is computer-linked to the Birmingham Public Library and is a vital component of the Archives Division.
The Birmingham Civil Rights Institute is also a community resource for meetings, seminars and workshops. A Community Meeting Room is available to local organizations.
ALABAMA DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION ADOPTS RESOLUTION COMMENDING BIRMINGHAM CIVIL RIGHTS INSTITUTE AND BIRMINGHAM CULTURAL ALLIANCE PARTNERSHIP RECIPIENTS OF 2006 COMING UP TALLER AWARD
Feb 08, 2007; The Alabama Department of Education's Board of Education adopted the following resolution: WHEREAS, at a White House ceremony on...
FBI and Birmingham Civil Rights Institute Announce "Fifty Years Forward-Toward Progress and Partnership' Conference a Conference on Law Enforcement and Civil Rights
May 07, 2013; BIRMINGHAM, Alabama -- The following information was released by the Birmingham Division of the Federal Bureau of Investigation:...