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Happy Asian + Pacific Islander Month!

With the rise of hate against Asian Americans, it's important to find organizations and businesses that support this community. Here is a list of places in Birmingham, and you can report hate against Asian Americans here.

Dr. Helen Kim, former professor of biomedical research, is now the president of the Alabama Asian Cultures Foundation. They are currently working on several projects, including a Chinese garden and cultural center, that would reflect Asian culture in Alabama. Their motto, "unity in diversity", aligns with Momentum's goals of advancing equity in Alabama.

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American Muslims will celebrate Eid-al-Fitr this Wednesday evening through Thursday evening. Eid reflects the breaking of the fast, Ramadan. Participants are encouraged to focus on forgiveness during this time.

This holiday comes at a trying time for the 201 million Muslims living in India. Last week, India reported over 400,000 cases in one day. You can donate to multiple organizations that meet different needs there:

Organizations that fund and provide medical supplies like oxygen and PPE:

Organizations that serve India’s marginalized communities:

Empathic or Intuitive? Learning to Trust Your Inner “Heck Yeah”!

Tuesday, May 18, 2021

12-1:30 pm CST

$55 general registration/$45 MAP Members

Terri Ann Heiman, Interfaith Minister of Spiritual Counseling, Intuitive Coach and Reiki Master Teacher… helps women who are going through crisis (like divorce or starting over) who feel lost and disconnected from their life. A long-time partner of Momentum, Terri Ann is offering this presentation to empower our community to gain confidence and take action!


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Get to Know Terri Ann!

Terri Ann's Journey to Spirituality

April Benetollo, CEO of Momentum, explains her experience with spirituality.

April Benetollo's Experience with Terri

What is Spirituality?

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Defining Intersectionality

Intersectionality has been a commonplace phrase in the feminist realm since Kimberlé Crenshaw coined the term in 1989. Essentially, it refers to the notion that the combination of different identities – age, race, gender, class, sexuality, nationality dramatically influence the way people experience the world.

The intersection of these identities contributes to the obstacles and/or privileges that those who share some but not all identities may experience.

How can we do better?

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