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Thanks to University of Alabama students studying Spanish, the answer was hope.
In SP 356 Advanced Grammar and Composition, students improve their Spanish grammar and writing skills while translating local nonprofits’ documents from English to Spanish.
When working to expand into Hale County, Shepherd was able to show Spanish-language resources to local officials, demonstrating Turning Point’s ability to reach the Hispanic community in Alabama’s Black Belt, a low-income region of the state known for its dark soil.
Before students offered their services, clients had to drive an hour to a location with translators.
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Williams says the course inspired her while improving her understanding of Spanish-language colloquialisms.
“We had to take into consideration who our audience was, and we had to work a little harder to make it sound more natural,” Williams says.
Schoolyard Roots operates school gardens and teaches more than 3,300 children about healthy eating and community gardening each year through weekly lessons.
“We’re able to have that informa50tion there all the time, instead of clients having to drive up to Tuscaloosa like before,” Shepherd says.
Information Granja’s students translated for Turning Point includes a resource list and a “Power and Control Wheel” outlining the causes of domestic violence.
“Where the community needs us, that’s where we go,” says Dr.
Xabier Granja, who teaches the course and is an instructor in UA’s department of modern languages and classics.