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  1. Alabama Talks Back: Classroom Connections in a Crisis

    In the fourth installment of Alabama Talks Back, we explore the impact of the pandemic on students and teachers with Marian Royston, who teaches seventh grade in the rural community of Roanoke.

  2. Alabama Talks Back: Rural Libraries & Social Infrastructure

    In the third installment of Alabama Talks Back, we explore the role of rural libraries as social infrastructure with Dr. Jessica Ross, Director of the Washington County Public Library in Chatom.

  3. Alabama Talks Back: Youth Engagement & Social Connection

     

    In the second installment of Alabama Talks Back, we explore youth engagement and social connection with David Dada, Deputy Director of the City of Birmingham Mayor’s Office Division of Youth Services.

  4. Alabama Talks Back: Public Health & Social Isolation

    Our new video series, Alabama Talks Back, highlights the creative strategies being developed by community leaders and everyday Alabamians as they adapt to the challenges that come with social distancing. In this first installment of Alabama Talks Back, we explore the connection between public health and social isolation. Our guests are Kristin Boggs, Executive Director of Alabama’s Albert Schweitzer Fellowship, and Carson Klein, graduating medical student (UAB ’20) and Schweitzer Fellow!

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