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Home is Where Hardship Is

March 13, 2014

Patrick Bradford  is a native of Birmingham, Alabama who studied art at Berea College and earned a Master of Journalism from Florida A&M University.

February Roundup

February 28, 2014

Each month, we give you a roundup of the highlights in national and local news relevant to social justice topics. Our goal is to let the stories spark productive conversations that can help create change and a more welcoming and inclusive community for all. Due to the snowstorm, we missed January, so we’re catching you up with stories from January and February this month.

Love is Not a Given

February 25, 2014

Julia Venable is a second year AmeriCorps member serving through the YWCA Central Alabama with Girls on the Run and Heart Gallery Alabama. Previously, she served in the YWCA's domestic violence department as a Healthy Relationships Instructor. A graduate of the University of South Carolina, she is currently working towards her MA in Counselor Education from the University of Alabama at Birmingham.

February is Teen Dating Violence Awareness Month

February 18, 2014

Katie Reed graduated from Auburn University with a bachelor's in Human Development and Family Studies. She serves as an AmeriCorps member in the YWCA's Healthy Relationships program and is currently studying Mental Health Counseling at UAB.

Connection is Key

February 14, 2014

Rose Prince is an AmeriCorps member serving at the YWCA Central Alabama as a Court Advocate with Domestic Violence Services. She recently moved back to Alabama, her birth-state, from Tennessee where she attended Bryan College, graduating with a B.A. in Psychology this past May.

American Promise

January 28, 2014

Rebecca Harkless is a second year AmeriCorps member serving in the YWCA Central Alabama’s Social Justice Department. In her service, Rebecca co-facilitates Heritage Panel trainings in area high schools and middle schools. She has also been on staff for Anytown Alabama.

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