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DECOLONIZING PSYCHEDELICS & HEALING RACIAL TRAUMA [11:00AM EST]

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Three exceptional experts discuss what decolonization means in the context of psychedelics and explore issues of reclamation, healing and education. How psychedelics can heal racial trauma, including the emotional and psychological wounds that occur on a daily basis for people of colour as well as intergenerational trauma. How can we assure access to psychedelic medicines for vulnerable and underserved populations? How do we move forward in psychedelic communities so that we don’t recreate the same power imbalances that exist in the dominant mainstream society? How do we elevate BIPOC voices in psychedelics and create safer and more inclusive psychedelic spaces?

Featuring: Kanyon Sayers-Roods, Dr. Darren T. Smith

Host: Kim Haxton

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Kim Haxton

Spokesperson - Co-director, World Psychedelics Day; Diversity Reconciliation Facilitator; Co-founder Indigeneyez; Lateral Liberation

Kanyon Sayers-Roods

Mutsun-Ohlone & Chumash Two Spirit Indigenous Relative, Co-founder & CEO - Kanyon Konsulting LLC; Artist, Poet, Author, Activist, Student, & Teacher

Dr Darron T. Smith

Faculty Member - Department of Sociology - University of Memphis; Member - Chacruna’s Racial Equity and Access Committee; Editorial Advisory Board Member - The Mormon Studies Review

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