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The Birmingham channel: Let them lead the way


A look at Birmingham in videos …

Highlight reel for Ramsay senior point guard Walter Garfield. From Street Light Recruiting.

Tanzanian business consultant Ringo Mowo speaks earlier this month in Birmingham. From Frederick Fussi.

Video “Are We Prepared” on school shootings, created by Carver High students for the Greatest Save Teen PSA contest. From the Greatest Save.

Mason Ramsey, the “yodeling Walmart kid,” performs earlier this month at the Walmart on U.S. 280 (our vertical video of the week). From I Kill Games.

Birmingham mayor Randall Woodfin tours manufacturer Altec. From Altec Incorporated.

Visiting Valley View Park in Five Points South. From Tia M. Grubb.

Talking with Birmingham-Southern freshman running back Jordan Glenn. From Fly Guy J Productions.

Singer-songwriter Beck performs “Colors” earlier this month at the BJCC Concert Hall downtown. From Fables98.

CBS News report on Birmingham’s 4-year-old Austin Perine, a k a President Austin, who feeds homeless people. From CBS Sunday Morning.

Dancing at the Oak Mountain State Fair earlier this month in Pelham. From La Palmada Guerrero.

Students from the Birmingham Academy of Dance perform at April’s Industry Dance Awards at the Alabama Theatre downtown, winning Outstanding Performance. From Applause Talent Videos.

Driving and walking downtown and Southside. From Travel with Annie G.

Exploring the Birmingham Zoo (our other vertical video of the week). From the Datchers Do.

Members of the 117th Air Refueling Wing hold its annual Bay of Pigs Memorial in April at the grave of pilot Pete Ray at Forest Hill Cemetery in Woodlawn. From Defense Flash News.

Driving around downtown. From Meserret.

Alt-rock band the Breeders perform “Drivin’ on 9” in April at Iron City on Southside. From Scott McCord.

Intro video for a 2015 supplier diversity session at the Birmingham Civil Rights Institute downtown. From Skye Connect Incorporated.

Highlights from the 2018 Honda Indy Grand Prix of Alabama in April at Barber Motorsports Park in Leeds. From David Zingery.

Hearing from residents of Highland Manor Apartment Homes for residents 65 and older. From Tina Pamphilis.

A look at the Art Studio of Calera. From Video Visions Media Marketing.

Birmingham Barons’ Eloy Jimenez hits a single against the Mobile (soon to be Huntsville) BayBears earlier this month at Hank Aaron Stadium. From Minor League Baseball.

Retired professor Lavon Page talks about teaching at Miles College in 1965. From Lavon Page.

Abandoned house. From Ambient Atmosphere.

New York rock band Tauk performs in April at Zydeco on Southside. From Dawn Cassizzi.

Partnerships in Birmingham: Collaborations that Advance Breast Cancer Awareness, Research and Treatment, allowed doctors and other health care staff to meet in April at St. Vincent’s Bruno Conference Center on Southside. From Alabama NewsCenter.

Testimonial by Jacquana Parker for downtown credit repair company Embolden Solutions (our other other vertical video of the week). From Colin Brown.

Setting up a Shelby Next account for a church management platform at Homewood’s Covenant Presbyterian Church (our final vertical video of the week). From Covenant Presbyterian Church.

A look at the Birmingham Audubon Mountain Workshop, an annual series of classes on the natural history of the southern Appalachians in its 42nd year. From Samford Traditions and Oral History Recording Initiative.

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