Alabama Political Reporter: Congress members visit Alabama for annual Civil Rights Pilgrimage

Over 50 members of the United States Congress visited Alabama for the annual Civil Rights Pilgrimage on Friday.

The Congress members visited the 16th Street Baptist Church in Birmingham, which was bombed in 1963, killing four little girls. The members of Congress attended a play about the life, times and tragic deaths of the four little girls. Following the event at the church, the congressional delegation toured the Birmingham Civil Rights Institute, where they spoke to reporters.