Alabama State University
Public historically black university in Montgomery, Alabama.- Alabama State University
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Network of public radio stations based in Tuscaloosa, Alabama, United States, that serves roughly the western half of the state of Alabama with classical music, folk music, and nostalgic music programs, as well as news and feature programs from the National Public Radio (NPR), Public Radio International (PRI), and American Public Media (APM) networks.
It was followed in the early 1990s by WAPR, which is a joint venture of Alabama State University, Troy University (both of which already owned NPR stations of their own in the Montgomery area) and UA.
The Bama State Collegians is a student jazz orchestra made up of students at Alabama State University.
Song by American singer-songwriter Robin Thicke from his sixth studio album, Blurred Lines .
The video is set on a football field and features a cameo by Thicke's son, Julian Fuego, as well as college dance teams from Albany State University and Alabama State University.
American scientist and university administrator.
She served as president of Alabama State University from 2014 to 2016, and was previously national president of the Delta Sigma Theta sorority from 2000 to 2004.
Quinton T. Ross Jr. (born October 30, 1968) is an American politician who is the 15th and current president of Alabama State University.
For the Tournament of Roses Parade, top marching bands from all over the world are invited.
Alabama State University Mighty Marching Hornets Montgomery, AL
American politician, who, having never stood for public office before, at 33, served one term as Attorney General of Alabama, from 1955 to 1959, and at 37, served one term as the 44th Governor of the U.S. state of Alabama from 1959 to 1963.
While Patterson was governor, black students who staged a sit-in at Alabama State University were expelled on his instruction, and he defended Alabama's voter registration policies against federal criticism.
Baptist church in Montgomery, Alabama, United States, affiliated with the Progressive National Baptist Convention.
The church began serving the broader African American community on October 3, 1887, when it hosted the first registration of students for Alabama State University, a historically black college.
American jazz and blues tenor saxophonist.
He attended Alabama State University, where he played with the Bama State Collegians.
The president of the National Baptist Convention, USA, Inc. from 1982 to 1994.
Jemison earned a bachelor's degree from Alabama State University, a historically black college in the state capital of Montgomery, where he joined Alpha Phi Alpha fraternity.