Birmingham Bombing Survivor Lived With Rage At Sister’s Death In 1963 White Supremacist Attack

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Published on 16 Sep 2021, 3:02
Fifty-eight years ago, on the morning of Sunday, September 15th, four young girls preparing for a ‘youth day’ service at the 16th Street Baptist Church in Birmingham, Alabama were killed by a bomb planted by White supremacists. A fifth young girl who was with them survived this heinous act. This survivor, Sarah Collins Rudolph, tells Joy Reid how this tragic event -- which galvanized the civil rights movement -- left her with trauma that has impacted her entire life.
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