At the epicenter of the Birmingham community there lies a nonpartisan, nonsectarian, and non-exclusive community house that has been bringing people together for nearly a century. What’s remarkable about
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On the day of your graduation from one of the most prestigious law schools in the country, which job offer extended to you would you take?
While studying journalism at Michigan State University, Molly Reeser started working part-time on a horse farm to earn some extra money.
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