Children gather Friday around the Rosa Parks bus exhibit at the Birmingham Civil Rights Institute in Birmingham, Ala. Since its inception in 1992, the Birmingham Civil Rights Institute has been concerned about more than Birmingham, and more than “civil” rights. In its charter document, a lengthy statement that has been condensed to a single sentence, the institute states its broad mission: “to promote civil and human rights worldwide through education.”
Children gather Friday around the Rosa Parks bus exhibit at the Birmingham Civil Rights Institute in Birmingham, Ala. Since its inception in 1992, the Birmingham Civil Rights Institute has been concerned about more than Birmingham, and more than “civil” rights. In its charter document, a lengthy statement that has been condensed to a single sentence, the institute states its broad mission: “to promote civil and human rights worldwide through education.”
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published Sunday, February 10th, 2013
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BIRMINGHAM, Ala. — Since its inception in 1992, the Birmingham Civil Rights Institute has been concerned about more than Birmingham, and more than "civil" rights.

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