New Location

AHEC staff is currently working from our new location on Highland Avenue, with teacher and community programs being hosted on-site. We are currently taking limited group tours and will be open by appointment to the general public soon. For more information, contact us at or 205.795.4176.

How Germany Has Come To Terms With Its Past

Birmingham Civil Rights Institute, Woolfolk Gallery 520 16th Street North, Birmingham, AL, United States

Retired German diplomat Stefan Schlüter will discuss "How Germany Has Come To Terms With Its Past," including how the educational system in Germany has addressed the issue of the Holocaust. There will follow a panel discussion moderated by Dr. Tina Kempin-Reuter, Director of UAB Institute of Human Rights, to include discussion on how the US has...
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“Anne and Emmett: A One-Act Play” Community Program

Birmingham Museum of Art Steiner Auditorium 2000 Reverend Abraham Woods Jr. Blvd., Birmingham, AL, United States

Produced by Theater MSU, Anne and Emmett is an imaginary conversation between Anne Frank and Emmett Till, both victims of racial intolerance and hatred. Anne Frank is the 13-year-old Jewish girl whose diary provided a gripping perspective of the Holocaust. Emmett Till is the 14-year-old African-American boy whose brutal murder in Mississippi in 1955 sparked...
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