Maria Mocerino

Kufikiri Imara is a facilitator and community activist from Oakland, California, who looks to play a part in growing the entheogenic BIPOC communities in the Bay Area and beyond. He was born to parents who were both active in the Civil Rights and Black Power Movements in San Francisco, in the 60s and 70s. This upbringing had a profound impact on him, as he was raised by a village that included activists engaged in those efforts who imparted to him the important value of social responsibility, ethics, and being of service to a cause greater than oneself… continue reading.

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