50 Years Forward: Empowerment Week (links, video, pictures)

The City of Birmingham remembers the 16th Street Church bombing in 1963 with 50 Years Forward: Empowerment Week.

The City of Birmingham will wrap up Empowerment Week Sunday with several events planned in honor of the four little girls killed 50 years ago to the day in the 16th Street Baptist Church bombing.

ABC 33/40 be covering the final commemoration programs 50 Years Forward live on air and online beginning at 3 p.m. You can watch the live streaming coverage in the video player above and see a photo gallery at the bottom of this story. Mobile users:{} Click 'Full Site' to see the embedded player and slideshow.

Links to our complete team coverage of the daily events during the Empowerment Week:

September 11

A Day of Service

Dozens give back to schools in honor of Civil Rights Movement

2,500 volunteers, Hands on Birmingham give back on Day of Service

Thousands gather for Empowerment Week gospel concert

Mayors from around the country gather to discuss racial, economic equality

Interview with neighbor of KKK member implicated in church bombing

September 12

A Day of Reflection

20,000 origami cranes on display at Railroad Park

"Four Spirits" statue installed at Kelly Ingram Park

Actor, comedian Bill Cosby visits Miles College

Legendary journalist Ted Koppel interviews Dr. Jesse Lewis

September 13

A Day of Restoration

Rep. Terri Sewell honors, thanks bomb victims' families

Hundreds gather at Entertainment District for Uptown CityFest

Bill Cosby discusses education, parenting and 50 Years Forward with Pam Huff

Empowerment Week's reach outside Alabama

September 14

A Day of Reconciliation

Exclusive interview with actor Jamie Foxx at Concert for Human Rights

A Discussion with Bill Cosby at the BJCC

Relatives of church bombing victims honored at 16th Street Baptist Church

September 15

A Day of Commemoration

President Barack Obama releases statement on anniversary of bombing

Raw video of wreath-laying ceremony at 16th Street Baptist Church

Interview with Civil Rights Movement icon Dr. Andrew Young

Condoleeza Rice and U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder discuss 50 Years Forward