At Chacruna: Radical Risk Reduction For Event And Community Organizers

Annie Oak The #MeToo civil rights movement is creating an opportunity for communities of all types to develop new ways to resolve conflict. As more people […]

At Chacruna: Ayahuasca community guide to preventing sexual abuse

Sexual abuse and misconduct towards female participants in ayahuasca circles are, unfortunately, quite prevalent occurrences. Exact numbers are difficult to obtain, as most cases never come […]

High Dose of Psilocybin in a HIV+ Homeless Shelter

Kevon Adrian Simpson After becoming privy to the research being done at top universities in regards to healing with plants medicines and other compounds, efforts were […]

Can Psychedelics “Cure” Gay People?

Clancy Cavnar Although it is common for people currently to express the opinion that psychedelics will open people’s minds, making them less judgmental and more able […]

The Island: Recovering Self, Culture and Place through Plant Medicine

Gerard Artesona I am a US Citizen of Puerto Rican descent, and have bloodlines tracing back to Cuba. I mainly identify as Puerto Rican, and I […]

The Psychedelic Renaissance Will Be Decided By Access

Kufikiri Imara In all of humanity’s history, great moments of change are a constant. The variable is humanity itself, and by which means we usher in […]