by Chacruna // When Cultural Appropriation Becomes Cultural Extermination A Conversation with Miguel Evanjuanoy Chindoy and Riccardo Vitale Translated by Diana Negrín Supporting indigenous community health and cultural survival through the defense of traditional medicine and spirituality In 2009, the Colombian Constitutional Court declared 34 out of the 102 indigenous peoples of Colombia “at risk … Read moreWhen Cultural Appropriation Becomes Cultural Extermination [ONLINE]
Featuring Ido Hartogsohn Wednesday, October 7th from 12-1:30pm PST Discussions of psychedelics and their role in therapy, spirituality and politics are often confounded by a fundamental, recurring paradox. On the one hand, proponents of psychedelics describe the invaluable benefits and transformations facilitated by a much-revered and perennial psychedelic experience. On the other hand, psychedelics are … Read moreThe Paradox of Set and Setting in the American Psychedelic Experience [ONLINE]
About the Event Martina Hoffmann discusses her artwork, creative process and personal / cultural transformation. Live Q&A: Filmmakers Susan Hess Logeais & Mitch Schultz w/ Special Guests Martina Hoffmann, Stan Grof and Brigitte Grof.
Bridging the Generation Gap in the Psychedelic Community A Conversation with Ismail Ali, Adele Getty, Mariavittoria Mangini and Tessa Vita Wednesday, September 30th The modern psychedelic community spans a large spectrum of age, with “elders” that lived through the first wave research in the 50s, 60s and 70s, along with Millenials and Gen-Z folks who discovered … Read moreBridging the Generation Gap in the Psychedelic Community [ONLINE]
We’re doing a dry run of next week’s conference through a conversation between anthropologist and author Jeremy Narby and Social Anthropologist David Dupuis, for a discussion about Ayahuasca and its cultural dimensions. Come join for free – and make sure you have reserved your spot for ICPR 2020. Tune in this Monday 21 September to this … Read moreAyahuasca: Between the Rainforest and the Laboratory [ONLINE]
Part 3 in our Special Series: “Empowering Therapists of Color as Psychedelics Go Mainstream” Featuring Sara Reed in conversation with Kaylie Tejeda Wednesday, September 2nd from 12-1:30pm PST Ketamine therapy continues to gain popularity as a promising treatment to some cases of major depression and other mental health disorders. As many ketamine clinics continue to … Read moreKetamine Therapy: Promoting Access and Cultural Responsibility [ONLINE]
A Card Guided Conversation with Michelle Tea and Amanda Yates Garcia “Oracle of LA” Breathing Through the Anthropocene, The Mycelial Mind Meld, and Fucking with your Fucking Fate. Hosted by Bett Williams and Beth Hill The evening will begin with a guided breathing session, q&a + more divination to follow.