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WORLD AIDS MUSEUM  

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WHAT IS ACUPUNCTURE?

ACUPUNCTURE is a topic we have never covered previously. Our speaker, Dr. David Webb, has extensive experience with HIV and Acupuncture treatment and much more!

SPEAKER DR. DAVID WEBB, D.O.M.

Wednesday, September 14,  at 7 PM

ArtServe Auditorium

1350 E. Sunrise Blvd, Ft. Lauderdale 33304

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Since moving to south Florida in 2003, he helped create the Wellness center at Poverello, an AIDS charity in Wilton Manors, and offered free treatments to its clients for 6 years. Currently, Dr. Webb has a private practice in Wilton Manors.

Dr. Webb also brings to his practice professional HIV certification from the nationally recognized Quan Yin Healing Arts Center in San Francisco, California.  He ran his own free clinic for 6 years in Denver Colorado for individuals diagnosed with HIV infection and AIDS. 

Introduction To Acupuncture

  • The differences between Oriental Medicine and conventional Western Medicine

  • The role acupuncture plays in Oriental Medicine

  • How acupuncture is used to treat illness

  • What is a visit to a Doctor of Oriental Medicine like?

  • What is an acupuncture treatment like?

  • What conditions can acupuncture treat?


MORE ABOUT DR. DAVID WEBB:
 

Dr. Webb began his medical career in 1988 in emergency medicine as a paramedic, and later worked for Children’s Hospital in Denver Colorado before pursuing a career in Oriental Medicine. In private practice since 1996, he received his training in Oriental Medicine from the Colorado School of Traditional Chinese Medicine in Denver, Colorado, where he later served as one of the staff instructors for the college.

He has also been a presenter at conferences and public health forums, and has been a regular featured radio talk show guest, where he discussed various health and wellness issues, and was also featured on his local Fox31 news channel in Denver, highlighting his successes in the treatment of allergies.

🎭 This Wednesday, September 7, 2022 we will be enjoying a night of LGBTQ+ Comedy as suggested by Kevin Hansen.

This new Netflix special features comedy legends and red hot rising stars who share the stage for a historic night of laughter and queer joy. Stars Sandra Bernhardt, Margaret Cho, and many more. Join us!  Refreshments Served

 

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🎭 This Wednesday, September 7, 2022 we will be enjoying a night of LGBTQ+ Comedy as suggested by Kevin. This new Netflix special features comedy legends and red hot rising stars who share the stage for a historic night of laughter and queer joy. Stars Sandra Bernhardt, Margaret Cho, and many more. Join us!  Refreshments Served

 

 

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It’s time to turn off your phone and connect with those around you!

Vertellis (classic) is a question card game with questions to play with friends and family. Together, you reflect on unique moments of the past year and talk about plans and dreams in the coming year.

It’s not about who wins, but about meaningful conversations with your friends and loved ones. The name Vertellis is of Dutch origin and means, “tell me more.”


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It’s time to turn off your phone and connect with those around you!

Vertellis (classic) is a question card game with questions to play with friends and family. Together, you reflect on unique moments of the past year and talk about plans and dreams in the coming year.

It’s not about who wins, but about meaningful conversations with your friends and loved ones. The name Vertellis is of Dutch origin and means, “tell me more.”


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The topic this Wednesday August 24, 2022 is the Film Discussion Series. The film is ‘The Blood of Yingzhou DIstrict.’

It’s a 39 minute documentary, so we will show the whole film, and have the discussion after.

The film documents the plight of young orphans in Anhui, China whose parents have died after contracting AIDS as a result of infection while donating blood to earn income, and who sometimes do not receive care in their village since many people in the villages are terrified that they may be infected as a result of contact with the children.

The topic this Wednesday August 24, 2022 is the Film Discussion Series. The film is ‘The Blood of Yinzhou DIstrict.’

It’s a 39 minute documentary, so we will show the whole film, and have the discussion after.

The film documents the plight of young orphans in Anhui, China whose parents have died after contracting AIDS as a result of infection while donating blood to earn income, and who sometimes do not receive care in their village since many people in the villages are terrified that they may be infected as a result of contact with the children.

The topic this Wednesday August 17, 2022 is ‘For men Loving men: Thinking and talking about the wealth of your sexuality in the pursuit of your sexual lust and love. An open discussion about sex directed by Richard Carrazza

Focusing on how you get more of what you want, and avoid what you don’t want: as defined specifically by you. Self reflections to enhance your own best practices.

Bring your questions and concerns:

What activities do you engage in, and are they really what you want to be doing?

How do you navigate that journey?

When an act is not feeling right (physically, emotionally) how is that communicated?

What are the risks: Physical Emotional Social Financial etc

Are the potential risks worth the potential pleasures?

Reflecting on your desires and activities may help you create your best practices.

Let’s have some fun, share insights, and enrich our sexual experiences!

The topic this Wednesday August 17, 2022 is ‘For men Loving men: Thinking and talking about the wealth of your sexuality in the pursuit of your sexual lust and love. An open discussion about sex directed by Richard Carrazza

Focusing on how you get more of what you want, and avoid what you don’t want: as defined specifically by you. Self reflections to enhance your own best practices.

Bring your questions and concerns:

What activities do you engage in, and are they really what you want to be doing?

How do you navigate that journey?

When an act is not feeling right (physically, emotionally) how is that communicated?

What are the risks: Physical Emotional Social Financial etc

Are the potential risks worth the potential pleasures?

Reflecting on your desires and activities may help you create your best practices.

Let’s have some fun, share insights, and enrich our sexual experiences!