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  • Alabama Jews reach out after church arsons

    After 10 Baptist churches in Birmingham, Alabama fell prey to arson in less than two weeks, the local Jewish community reached out to those churches with donations, programs and kind words.

  • Alabama Jewish community reaches out after church arsons

    After 10 Baptist churches in Birmingham, Alabama fell prey to arson in less than two weeks, the local Jewish community reached out to those churches with donations, programs and kind words.

  • Rabbi dies of AIDS

    Rabbi Cynthia Culpeper, believed to be the first pulpit rabbi to announce she was diagnosed with AIDS, died after a 10-year battle with the disease.

  • Reactions to civil rights verdict

    The conviction of former Edgar Ray Killen in the murder of three civil rights activists highlights the role played by Jews in the movement.

  • Behind the Ten Commandments case

    A lawyer opposed to a controversial Ten Commandments monument in front of the Alabama Supreme Court has been vindicated by a federal court. The court deemed the monument unconstitutional and asked the chief justice of the state´s Supreme Court to re

  • Are black-Jewish ties fraying?

    In a development that could further strain black-Jewish relations, U.S. Rep. Earl Hilliard is claiming that out-of-state Jewish money bought his defeat by Artur Davis in Alabama’s Seventh District.