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Here’s to Open Sourcing: Modern Acupuncture, Part One

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posted on December 16 2018 by Lisafer

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In Celebration of Miriam Lee’s Birthday

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posted on December 8 2018 by Lisafer

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Join Us to Celebrate the 70th Anniversary of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights

Dear fellow POCA people,

It seems like every day there is a new brutal blow to our collective humanity.  Like many of you, we are feeling so much rage, grief, and heartache as many of our communities and the most marginalized among us continue to face mounting attack after attack.  As the Movement Building Circle, we are committed to funneling our collective rage and grief into action and power, and so we invite you to join us in a POCA-wide fundraising drive on December 10th, International Human Rights Day.

This year is the 70th anniversary of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, and so this day carries extra significance.  Let’s leverage our individual clinic efforts to build national impact by joining together to raise money for human rights.  Many of our clinics already engage in fundraising efforts to support local, national, and international community work: this is an opportunity for us to join forces (COOPerate, as we already love to do), to do more, together. >>>>>> READ MORE

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posted on November 12 2018 by NicoleManiez

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Part 6-FINAL Entry in the SAGA of WJIPCA

When people do things for all the wrong reasons, decide themselves Shamans and it all comes crashing down. The finale in a Guest Post Saga by Michael Kalebich.

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posted on October 30 2018 by teatree

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What Tools Do Our Clinics Have? Fundraising for the Florence Project

In July, 2018, in response to the news of children being separated from their families at the border, 8 POCA clinics successfully raised over $5,000 for the Florence Project.  The Florence Project (FIRRP) is a legal aid and social service organization in Arizona that, among other things, provides free legal services to families who have been separated at the border.  The MBC interviewed Mayo Mercedes Wardle from Phoenix Community Acupuncture and Stephani Sarnoski from Stuck Community Acupuncture who coordinated the fundraiser to share what they did and what they learned. Their responses have been edited for clarity and length.

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posted on October 30 2018 by NicoleManiez

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Part 5 of the Horror Story of the WJIP/CA

A Guest Post by Michael Kalebich featuring Lava Resistant Bears.

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posted on October 27 2018 by teatree

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Part 4 in the Saga of WJIP/CA

A Guest Post by Michael Kalebich

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posted on October 25 2018 by teatree

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PART 3 in the WJIP/CA SAGA!!

A Guest Post in 6 Installments from Michael Kalebich

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posted on October 22 2018 by teatree

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Highlighting a Really Neato POCA Tech Punkling Project

Want to prevent a terrible match? Want to instead encourage chances of a Wonderful Hand in Glove-Why-Oh-Why-Didn’t-This-Person-Graduate-And-Work-With-Me-Sooner -Employer-Employee-Match?

Then Read on My Friends…

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posted on October 11 2018 by teatree

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