The Summer of '63 From the assassination of civil rights icon Medgar Evers to the March on Washington to the killing of four young girls in a church in Birmingham, the summer of '63 was a pivotal moment in U.S. history. We'll explore the legacy of this historic summer.

Sarah Collins Rudolph was with her sister Addie Mae Collins when a bomb exploded in the 16th Street Baptist Church in Birmingham, Ala. The 1963 bombing killed her sister and three other girls, and Collins Rudolph was seriously injured in the attack. Frank Couch/AL.COM /Landov hide caption

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Long Forgotten, 16th Street Baptist Church Bombing Survivor Speaks Out

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