WALB Election 2018 First Alert

Civil Rights Legacy stories

  From expulsion to praise: ASU Alum reflects on Albany Movement

  Evelyn Toney: The first woman arrested during the Albany civil rights movement

  Former police chief’s billy club represents struggles of Albany civil rights movement

  Church sanctuaries were meeting places during Albany Civil Rights Movement

  Emory Harris among first to help blacks register to vote in Southwest Georgia

  Civil rights work led to public positions for South Georgia woman and her family

  Sisters remember Freedom Alley protest

  Two recall living through the Albany Movement; MLK’s involvement in Albany

Albany mayor impacted by Civil Rights Movement

  ‘If it had not been for the music of the Civil Rights Movement, there would not have been a movement’

Woman arrested at 11-years-old during Albany Civil Rights Movement speaks out

Dougherty Co. elementary school hosts Black History Month program

Hubbard: Civil Rights Movement impacts Albany today

ASU students impact 1960s Albany Movement

Albany educator reflects on teaching during Civil Rights Movement

  56 years later: Stockade Girls continue telling their story

  Albany business serves community for Black History Month

Rosa Parks Museum celebrates Civil Rights icon’s 106th birthday

  MLK Day of Service honored with free flu shots

  Sorority hosts clothing giveaway for MLK Day

WALB to air special on Albany’s civil rights history

To commemorate one of the city’s most important chapters, WALB will air an hour-long special on Albany’s civil rights movement.