We are featured in the summer issue of Culturs Magazine!
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"To give something that can be passed on is an act of love, to teach communities to fish rather than giving out fish dinners is a demonstration of solidarity."
- Rhonda Coleman @blacupuncturist
In this article, you'll meet some of the amazing acupuncture providers and teachers that are at the heart of our Barefoot Acupuncture Movement.
Nancy Ortiz Gonzalez is our Latin American Coordinator who works on the border assisting people affected by violence, and migrants and refugees in Ciudad Juarez, Mexico.
“You must always help others with whatever resources you have to help. It doesn’t matter where they come from."
One of the seminal projects that inspired the Barefoot Acupuncture Movement to form is Megan Yarberry, who leads our projects in Africa. Meet Megan in this interview by Culturs Magazine in their summer issue, where you can read more about our global project.
“If I think about love as the unselfish and benevolent goodwill for one another, the Barefoot Acupuncture Movement's work is an expression of this. By sharing knowledge and experience with others, we hope they will be more resilient and autonomous, better positioned to navigate their own course into the future."
Join us abroad, learn more about this work make a donation, and see our webinars available through our website: barefootacupuncturemovement.com/school
READ THE FULL ARTICLE HERE