16th Street Baptist Church

From member station WBHM in Birmingham, Alabama, Steve Chiotakis reports on one of the most infamous hate crimes in America's history, and the reopening of its investigation. In September of 1963, a church bombing in Birmingham, killed four girls and turned 16th Street Baptist Church into a national monument of the Civil Rights struggle.



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