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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
Biden will have a lot on his plate when he steps into the White House, and the needs of Black people must be on his agenda

What Biden’s Black agenda should be in his first 100 days

David Love, J.D., Guest Columnist
November 22, 2020
Montgomery's Capri Theatre reopening Nov. 27, after closing due to COVID-19 in March

Montgomery’s Capri Theatre reopening Nov. 27, after closing due to COVID-19 in March

Reprinted from the Montgomery Advertiser
November 22, 2020
Former Rep. Alvin Holmes, a Democrat, represented a Montgomery district for more than 40 years, spending much of that time fighting for equal employment opportunities for Black Alabamians and the removal of racist icons.

Longtime lawmaker, civil rights advocate Alvin Holmes dies

Reprinted from al.com
November 21, 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
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