June 7 in the history of the Birmingham District:
- 2008: Alabaster CityFest was held.
- 2006: The first edition of The Hoover Gazette was published.
- 1969: Hueytown Public Library opened.
- 1964: 16th Street Baptist Church reopened after its 1963 bombing.
- 1932: The first Birmingham Civic Symphonic Orchestra performed at Phillips High School.
- 1928: The Little Garden Club was founded.
- 1904: The newly-assembled Vulcan statue was christened with water from the Cahaba River at the World's Fair in St Louis, Missouri.
- 1891: Howard College held its first commencement in the newly-completed Main Building on their East Lake campus.
- 1801: Baptist pastor Hosea Holcombe married Cassandra Jackson.
- 1985: Professional poker player Shannon Shorr was born in Birmingham.
- 1947: Biologist Eric Wieschaus was born in South Bend, Indiana.
- 1942: Jack Bulow, director of the Birmingham Public Library, was born in New York.
- 1920: Hardy Corp. executive and Poet Laureate of Alabama Carl Morton was born in Leeds.
- 1893: Motorcycle racer Gene Walker was born in Birmingham.
- 1858: Birmingham News editor Franklin Glass was born.
- 2009: Composer and piano teacher James Walbert died.
- 1981: Clarence Baldwin, former pastor of Pilgrim Congregational Church, died.
- 1979: Former Klansman and speechwriter Asa Carter died in Abilene, Texas.
- 1894: Former Jefferson County Sheriff Baylis Grace died.
- 2006: Birmingham-Southern College's application to join the Division III Southern Collegiate Athletic Conference was approved.
- 2002: Birmingham Steeldogs 45 - Louisville Fire 32 at the BJCC Arena.
- 2001: West Tennessee Diamond Jaxx 12 - Birmingham Barons 3 at the 2001 Rickwood Classic.
- 1968: Lamar Johnson was drafted by the Chicago White Sox.