Chacruna honors the life and legacy of Ahati Kilindi Iyi, a worldwide pioneer in psychedelic science and healing and a prominent figure in the community of Detroit, Michigan, who sadly passed away in April due to COVID-19 related illness. He is celebrated for his exploratory and esoteric work with high-dose psilocybin, his exploration of African martial arts, his active promotion of black researchers hitherto sidelined by the psychedelic renaissance, and much more. A brother, father and mentor to many, we invite you to learn more about Kilindi’s important contribution to our field.

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