Alabama Radio Reading Service

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Alabama Radio Reading Service
Alabama Radio Reading Service is listed in the Entertainment category in Birmingham, Alabama. Displayed below are the social networks for Alabama Radio Reading Service which include a Facebook page and a Twitter account. The activity and popularity of Alabama Radio Reading Service on these social networks gives it a ZapScore of 97.

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650 11th St S
Birmingham, AL 35233
(205) 934-6576
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RT @npr_ed: More and more, districts are moving away from the standard lock down procedure to a much more active response. https://t.co/ZqS…

NPR's Education Team revisits a recurring (and troubling) question: How should schools prepare for attackers intent on doing harm? Districts are moving toward more "active" responses, but some fear the idea of teaching children to fight back against gunmen. What do you think? Report by WBHM's Dan Carsen.
With a school shooting about once every week in America, a greater number of districts and colleges are training staff to use more active responses to gunmen, including fighting back.


RT @nprpolitics: #BreakingNews: Attorney General Jeff Sessions rescinds Obama era guidance directing the Justice Dept to reduce its use of…

Immigrant communities in Birmingham and Alabama see the writing on the wall as federal and local law enforcement round up undocumented immigrants in cities across the U.S. for deportation. https://news.wbhm.org/feature/2017/birmingham-immigrant-communities-on-edge-following-crackdown/
Raids in search of undocumented immigrants have yet to take place in Alabama, but many immigrant communities in the state fear it’s only a matter of time.


Listen to a #CivilRights foot soldier tell his near-death story to @WBHMEdDesk bit.ly/2lexWIP

Who remembers when 7th Avenue ran in front of the station? The top pic here (courtesy of UAB Archives) is our building right before we moved in in 1976. The bottom picture is today. #TBT #wheredidtheroadgo


RT @4newzscoop: At Pizitz food hall. Doing research for a story. Love this research! https://t.co/1WWlvDtoTY

The latest from WBHM and Arc Stories.
Stories about growing up during the Civil Rights movement in Birmingham. A young black boy who lives in the basement of a wealthy white family’s home and then becomes a key player during the civil rights movement; a young woman who was arrested by Bull Conner, then driven in his car to be dropped of...


RT @ArcStories: Our @WBHM radio show is today at 2pm/7pm featuring #CivilRights stories. Set an alarm and bookmark to listen online: https:…

Alabama Media Group columnist John Archibald says Alabama political culture treats second amendment rights differently and it's not reasonable.
Alabama Media Group columnist discusses how Alabama political culture treats guns which he says is not reasonable.