ABOUT Denise Stewart
May 18, 2013
Class of '63 finally gets a ball that was denied to those who participated in the Children's March.
Co-valedictorians and hair-care scions Kristie and Kirstie told us what propelled them to the top.
Fifty years later, participants recall standing up to Bull Connor in the fight for civil rights.
Civil rights marches kept the Class of '63 from holding its ball then, but now it plans to party.
Fifty years after King wrote "Letter From Birmingham Jail," a man arrested with him recalls the moment.
Why are blacks fighting an amendment to remove racist language from the state's constitution?
Stops for history buffs include Montgomery's Greyhound Bus Station and other time-honored markers.
Friends of the recently released Rev. Michel Louis say his valor overseas was no surprise.
The Rev. Fred Luter Jr.'s flock backs him as an inclusive symbol of Southern religious conservatism.
Despite more arrests in drum major's death, many want a harsher university response.
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