The Alabama Historical Association Presents the 2023 Digital History Award to Birmingham Black Radio Museum

The Association presented four awards at their Pratville conference in April 2023. The Digital History Award was given to the Birmingham Black Radio Museum at the Carver Theater and the Alabama Digital Preservation Network Tech Policy Committee. The Milo Howard Award for best article in The Alabama Review over the last three years went to Brandon T. Jett for his article, “‘We Crave to Become a Vital Force in the Community’: Police Brutality and African American Activism in Birmingham, Alabama, 1920-1945.” The Guntersville Historical Society earned the Kuykendall Award for exemplary local history society, and Bertis D. English was the recipient of the Coley Book Award for his book Civil Wars, Civil Beings, and Civil Rights in Alabama’s Black Belt: A History of Perry County.

For more about these awards and a listing of past recipients, visit Alabama History Association’s webpage.