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Since returning to Montgomery, Dr. Bailey has been a consultant for the Center for Public Television at The University of Alabama, where he was a consultant for their productions on the Lincoln School of Marion and Reconstruction black officeholders. For the Division of Telecommunication and Educational Television at Auburn University, Bailey was an advisor for the Gees Bend story and the Horace King documentary. He was a consultant for the award-winning radio documentary, “Remembering Slavery,” produced by the Institute for Language and Culture at the University of Montevallo.

Want an insider’s look at Montgomery history? Join Richard Bailey on his upcoming tours

Reprinted from the Montgomery Advertiser
November 28, 2020
Alumna pens children’s book on COVID-19

Alumna pens children’s book on COVID-19

Staff Report
November 22, 2020
Alumnus pens first book

Alumnus pens first book

Staff Report
November 21, 2020
Alumnus opens wings franchise

Alumnus opens wings franchise

Staff Report
November 21, 2020
Releasing his second book in November of 2020, alumnus Joseph D. Caver displays copies of his book,

Caver releases a new book recounting the early history of Alabama State University

Camille Zanders, Staff Reporter/Writer
November 19, 2020
Dana Williams Vandiver, a 1998 alumna of Alabama State University, is working as the Director of Public Relations at the Alabama Association of School Boards.

Vandiver grows from a legacy child to a public relations leader

Camille Zanders, Staff Reporter/Writer
November 19, 2020
Alumna Quebe Merritt Bradford, Ph.D., stands outside of the relatively new business, Plant Bae, that she and her husband opened located at 123 Lee Street in Montgomery.  She credits every day and every course in her college experience for preparing her for a career full of advancements and achievements.

Bradford proves that if one prepares, opportunity comes in many forms

Camille Zanders, Staff Reporter/Writer
November 12, 2020
Karen Goldsmith appears regularly on the news show “Capitol Journal” that airs on the Public Broadcast network.  She analyzes the news of the week and adds commentary for viewer understanding.

Goldsmith, a psychology major but a broadcast journalism master

Camille Zanders, Staff Reporter/Writer
October 24, 2020
Angela Harris Hampton goes over some English concepts for her 5th grade class at Wynton Blount Elementary School.

Hampton continues the legacy of teaching and mentoring

Camille Zanders, Staff Reporter/Writer
October 22, 2020
Coleman Flowers is one of six Black women and the sole Alabama native to be chosen this year (fellow winner N.K. Jemisin was born in Brooklyn but has ties to the state).

Catherine Coleman Flowers earns 2020 MacArthur ‘genius grant’

Reprinted from the Montgomery Advertiser
October 6, 2020
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