Beneath the muddy waters of the Mobile River lies the shipwrecked Clotilda, the last known slave ship to bring slaves from Africa.

For those who aren't Civil War history buffs and are unfamiliar with Davis, he was the president of the Confederate States of America who said that Black people are “fitted expressly for servitude.”

There are more than 30 proposed bills nationwide.

Rodreisha L. Russaw first heard about Jim Kennedy Jr.'s missing organs from a colleague of hers at the coalition, Alabamians for Fair Justice last year. Kennedy had been killed while doing time in an Alabama prison. Officials notified the family of his death some four days after his death. That was bad. But not as bad as a call one of Kennedy's family members received from the funeral home. They wanted to know if the family was aware that all of their loved one's organs were missing. 

Republicans in Alabama are making it harder for families who have been the victims of police violence to get the transparency they deserve. 

Lawmakers also passed a "voter suppression" bill.


Jemison, Alabama police delayed arresting a white driver accused of fleeing the scene of a hit and run that injured a Black woman, graphic video shows.

Thousands of Alabama voters got wrong polling information.

Alabama's AG cut him a sweet plea deal.


There's an apparent trend at hand.

Police Brutality

The police narrative behind the excessive force is unraveling.

An Alabama police officer with the Reform Police Department is on administrative leave after video showed her tasing a handcuffed Black man for no discerning reason outside of her fragile blue ego getting bruised.