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Five on Friday: Migrant Workers After Hurricane Irma and Humans of New York

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Five on Friday: The Heroin Addiction Epidemic in Ohio/Kentucky and Staying Safe After Flood Damage

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Five on Friday: Clinician Burnout Rates Increase at FQHCs and Denouncing the End of DACA

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Five on Friday: Federal Judge Protects Texas Sanctuary Cities and Human Flow, Documentary on Global Refugee Crisis from Ai Weiwei

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Thank you to the migrant laborers across the country -- agricultural workers, custodians, construction workers -- who are often overlooked during our Labor Day festivities but make up an essential part of our economy and our culture. Here are a few articles that were recommended by MCN staff this week. Enjoy your three-day weekend!

 

Five on Friday: AgHelp Connects Migrants with Services and California Pursues New Health Protections on Chlorpyrifos

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Five on Friday: 25.6 Million People Using Health Centers and the Human DX Project

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Five on Friday: New Social Determinants Infographic and Sarbanand Farm Workers Protest After Employee Death

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It’s mid-August, and harvests are in full swing across the country. In the offices of Migrant Clinicians Network, we have been sharing a number of interesting articles and resources that we’d like to share with you. Here’s this week’s Five on Friday:

 

Five on Friday: Pesticide poisonings in Watsonville and a day in the field with immigration enforcers in California

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August is here! Only a few more days of peace before the rush of back-to-school madness. As you settle into your quiet August weekend, take a moment to read some of the news articles, reports, and opinion pieces that MCN staff sent around this week. What did you read that we should include? Let us know on Facebook.

 

Five on Friday | July 28, 2017: New NACHC Health Center Chartbook and the Women Confronting California’s Farm Conditions

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Hot July evenings lend themselves well to an iced tea and a paperback.  What’s on your summer reading list? Has a health justice title made the cut? Let us know on Facebook! In the meantime, here are a few good reads, recommended by MCN staff.

 

Five on Friday | July 21, 2017: Groups sue U.S. for turning away asylum seekers, and women on the run from IPV

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