Birmingham civil rights movement http://apr.org en How The Media Covered The Civil Rights Movement: The Children's March http://apr.org/post/how-media-covered-civil-rights-movement-childrens-march <P>Images of young black protesters being hit with fire hoses and police dogs in 1963 Birmingham are considered iconic. Hank Klibanoff saw them too. He was a fourteen year old paperboy in Florence when the Children’s march took place. He’s a Pulitzer Prize winner now. Fri, 26 Apr 2013 02:47:58 +0000 Ryan Vasquez 29209 at http://apr.org How The Media Covered The Civil Rights Movement: The Children's March City to Spend $100K on 'Foot Soldiers' Monument http://apr.org/post/city-spend-100k-foot-soldiers-monument <DIV> <P>The city of Birmingham expects to spend about $100,000 on a monument honoring "foot soldiers" of the civil rights movement.</P> <P>The mayor's office says the city will award $10,000 to the designer who comes up with a memorial to the ordinary people who participated in the movement.</P> <P>Another $90,000 will be spent on the monument itself based on a statement from the city.</P> <P>The memorial will be placed in a downtown park near the Birmingham Civil Rights Institute. Mon, 28 Jan 2013 12:51:45 +0000 The Associated Press 23889 at http://apr.org City to Spend $100K on 'Foot Soldiers' Monument