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World AIDS Day and The Hope for Greater Awareness

December 3, 2013

Paulo Michelini recently obtained his MBA from Loyola University in Chicago. He’s currently serving as an AmeriCorps member at AIDS Alabama and plans to attend medical school in the fall.

November Roundup

November 25, 2013

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.
 

Voltaire and Gardening

November 22, 2013

Claire Guest grew up in Birmingham and recently graduated from Penn State.

Bullying Statistics and Stories

November 14, 2013

Noah Schuettge is a recent transplant to Birmingham, Alabama and is serving as an AmeriCorps member in the Social Justice department at the YWCA Central Alabama.
 

From Bike to Bus and Back Again

November 12, 2013

Paulo Michelini recently obtained his MBA from Loyola University in Chicago. He’s currently serving as an AmeriCorps member at AIDS Alabama and plans to attend medical school in the fall.

Who is Birmingham?: Cultivating Cross-Cultural Relationships

November 7, 2013

Noah Schuettge is a recent transplant to Birmingham, AL and is serving as an AmeriCorps member in the Social Justice department at the YWCA Central Alabama.
 
In 1991, the Crown Heights neighborhood of Brooklyn broke out into three days of violence.

Trash or Treasure

November 5, 2013

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.

Monthly Roundup: News Highlights from October

October 31, 2013

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.
 

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