Kelly Ingram Park, which is on the larger Birmingham Civil Rights Heritage Trail, includes several markers for the trail around its perimeter and a series of moving, sometimes chilling interpretive sculptures within the park itself. Especially impactful for me was the sculpture of a police officer siccing a German Shepherd on a young boy—a monument to the importance of the student protests in Birmingham and the violence these children were met with.
As with other parks I saw in Birmingham, this one was really nicely manicured and well kept, with broad expanses of grass and wide walking paths.
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