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"No Peace in B'ham," Afro-American (Baltimore), September 21, 1963.
"State Troopers Waited, But Orders Never Came," Afro-American (Baltimore), September 28, 1963.
"First of 4 Birmingham Bomb Victims Is Buried," Afro-American (Baltimore), September 28, 1963 (reprinted in Reporting Civil Rights: American Journalism 1963-1973).
"Sobbing Mothers Recall Tragic Sunday Morning," Afro-American (Baltimore), September 28, 1963.
"They Began To Clear the Debris and I Saw a Head," Afro-American (Baltimore), September 28, 1963.
"B'ham Police Threaten To Jail Newsmen," Afro-American (Baltimore), September 28, 1963.
"Victim Was Only Child," Afro-American (Baltimore), September 28, 1963.
"√ęToo Little, Too Late,' Says Rev. Shuttlesworth," Afro-American (Baltimore), September 28, 1963.
"Wallace Blamed for Bomb Deaths," Afro-American (Baltimore), September 28, 1963.
"Violence Is the King in Birmingham," Afro-American (Baltimore), October 5, 1963.
"This Is Birmingham—Four Months Later," Afro-American (Baltimore), February 15, 1964.
"How Power Can Slip Away," Black Enterprise, June 1977.