NiCole T. Buchanan, Ph.D.

Despite a commitment to creating a more just society,1 many psychedelic science organizations do not pay speakers and trainers for their services. I argue that these practices are counter to the values of the field because they have a disparate impact on speakers of color[1] and people with other marginalized social identities (e.g., religious minorities, LGBTQIA+). This article is a call for psychedelic science organizations to align their values with their practices by compensating marginalized people for their work as speakers and trainers, because failing to do so contributes to social injustices… continue reading.

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