Grief, Loss and Psychedelics [ONLINE]

by People of Color Psychedelic Collective // Although grief is a universal human experience, our walks with grief are unique and informed by our identities. As Black and brown people, we carry intergenerational and historical grief along with the weight of ongoing systemic oppression and racialization. How does this impact our deeply personal experiences of … Read moreGrief, Loss and Psychedelics [ONLINE]

Black Lives Matter & Psychedelic Integration [ONLINE]

by Chacruna // Pathways to Radical Healing Amidst Ongoing Oppression A Conversation with Jamilah R. George and NiCole Buchanan Part of Chacruna’s Special Series: Empowering Therapists of Color as Psychedelics Go Mainstream Friday, November 20th from 12-1:30pm PST Black people face a number of challenges to achieve the radical healing promised via psychedelic-assisted psychotherapy, such … Read moreBlack Lives Matter & Psychedelic Integration [ONLINE]

Psychedelic Support for BIPOC Communities [ONLINE]

Psychedelic Support for BIPOC Communities: Uplifting Voices, Transforming Hearts, Shifting Perspectives by Zendo Project (MAPS) Featuring Yarelix Estrada & Sensei Kevon Simpson, moderated by Kaylie Tejedai, DNAP, CRNA For centuries, people from many different backgrounds have been transformed in positive ways through intentional psychedelic experiences. In this webinar, we will discuss the use of psychedelics among … Read morePsychedelic Support for BIPOC Communities [ONLINE]

BIPOC Integration Circle [ONLINE]

OIN US TO DISCUSS PSYCHEDELICS IN A BIPOC COMMUNITY About this Event Welcome to PsychedeLiA’s virtual community for Black, Indigenous, and People of Color (BIPOC). This is a monthly integration circle and a supportive container that centers the BIPOC psychedelic experience. We gather every fourth Tuesday of the month to engage in conversations around altered … Read moreBIPOC Integration Circle [ONLINE]

Covid-19, Black Lives, & Psychedelics Film Screening and Q&A [ONLINE]

Virtual film premiere featuring short documentary (34 minutes) produced by Horizons with live discussion and Q&A Perspectives from leaders in the psychedelic community on a turbulent and transformative season like no other, examining its impact on research, public health, activism, communities, and deep reflections on the nature of race and identity.

BIPOC Integration Circle [ONLINE]

Reclaiming Psychedelic Legacy & Returning to Sacred Indigenous & Ancestral Practices – JOIN US TO DISCUSS PSYCHEDELICS IN A BIPOC COMMUNITY About this Event Welcome to PsychedeLiA’s virtual community for Black, Indigenous, and People of Color (BIPOC). This is a monthly integration circle and a supportive container that centers the BIPOC psychedelic experience. We gather … Read moreBIPOC Integration Circle [ONLINE]