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5TH LITTLE GIRL: SURVIVING THE BIRMINGHAM BOMBING

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This episode is an interview with Sarah Collins Rudolph. Sarah Collins Rudolph, often referred to as the "Fifth Little Girl," is a survivor of the 1963 Birmingham church bombing. Born on January 26, 1951, in Birmingham, Alabama, Rudolph lost her sister, Addie Mae Collins, and three other girls in the bombing. She herself sustained severe injuries. Her story represents resilience and a powerful witness to history.

Produced by Matthew Moore*

Caree Banton is the host of <i>Undisciplined.</i>
Nenbi Tony is a writer and researcher from Ghana, West Africa, and the co-host of the Undisciplined podcast.
Matthew Moore is a reporter and producer for Ozarks at Large.