Resources that educate all students about Alabama’s history and involve them in the bicentennial celebration.
Take an interdisciplinary focus on the study and creation of music, theatre, sculpture, folk and visual arts. (Grades 4-8)
JEREMIAH explores the power of faith in unbelievable circumstances, and the qualities of leadership Jeremiah Denton brought to the difficult task of guiding fellow POWs to survive years of imprisonment and torture. (Grades 9-12)
These video clips feature interviews with some of the most legendary African Americans in Alabama's history.
Explore the transition of Sloss Furnaces from its former industrial function to its recent role as a center point for the modern Cast Iron Art movement. Learn about the rebirth of this timeless Birmingham industrial icon that has remained relevant for more than 100 years.
A series of Learning Adventures occurring throughout the Civil Rights fiftieth anniversary years of 2013-2015 that focus on the role of citizenship in a democracy through the study of historical events. (Grades 7-12)
Take a look at Alabama history through the lens of archaeology! (Grades 2-5)
Christopher Paul Curtis talks about his books, being an author and following your dreams. Hosted by Alabama Public Television at the Alabama School of Fine Arts in Birmingham.