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In 1963, African-Americans in Birmingham, Alabama protested discrimination with daily demonstrations in public facilities and sit-ins at lunch counters. In the weeks that followed, there were more than 750 demonstrations in cities across the South resulting in more than 10,000 arrests.Those events in Birmingham sparked what some have called the movement that changed the world. SHOW ME NOW

Dr. John L. Blackburn was a long-time professor and student affairs administrator at the University of Alabama who inspired his students to become agents of positive change. The Blackburn Institute’s mission is to develop a network of diverse leaders who understand the challenges facing the state of Alabama and the nation and who are committed to serving as agents of positive change. SHOW ME NOW