|Buffalo Soldiers & Troopers MC of Alabama
P.O. Box 11081
Birmingham, Alabama 35202
|In 1963 the world turned its attention to Birmingham,
Alabama as peaceful civil rights demonstrators faced police
dogs and fire hoses in a battle for freedom and equality.
Later that year four girls died in the bombing of Sixteenth
Street Baptist Church. "It was the year of Birmingham,"
Martin Luther King, Jr. said at the time. Today, Birmingham
is now recognized around the world as a symbol of both
racial intolerance and racial reconciliation. To commemorate
the 50th anniversary of Birmingham's civil rights struggle,
the Birmingham Public Library is sponsoring the Year of
Birmingham, a 12-month series of lectures, documentary
films, performances and panel discussions
|Big Dog, Smokey, Cbreeze, Jaz