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How Rodney Hampton Turned a Cannabis Arrest Into A Black-Owned Dispensary

Published June 26, 2019 by Psychedelic Times.


“No Blank Check”⁠—Psychedelic Activists Tread Warily After Decrim Wins

Published June 25, 2019 by Filter Magazine.


How One City Invests Cannabis Tax Dollars Into Black-Owned Businesses

Published June 3, 2019 by Filter Magazine.


Oakland Scores Victory For Decriminalization of Entheogenic Substances

Published May 30, 2019 by Psychedelic Times.


A Fight for the Spirit of California Cannabis: A Conversation with Daniel Montero About Social Equity in San José

Published May 18, 2019 by Psychedelic Times.


Turn On, Tune In To Your Body: A Conversation with Jennifer Purdon on Psychedelic Inclusion, Music, and Nursing


Published May 18, 2019 by Psychedelic Times.


“Denver’s Just the First Domino”—City Dramatically Decriminalizes “Magic” Mushrooms

Published May 9, 2019 by Filter Magazine.


Why Worldwide Drug Policy Progress Is Driven From the Ground Up 


Published April 30, 2019 by Filter Magazine.


Young People of Color As Leaders in The Movement To End the War on Drugs


Published April 22, 2019 by Filter Magazine.


Beyond Legalization: Searching SSDP Conference Takes On Exclusion


Published April 11, 2019 by Filter Magazine.


Equity and Expungement: Why Cannabis Activists Crashed SXSW


Published March 19, 2019 by Filter Magazine.

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The People of Color Psychedelic Society: Feminism and Psychedelics in One Group


Published January 24, 2019 by High Times.

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For People Still Impacted by the Crack Era, the First Step Act Isn’t Enough


Published February 06, 2019 by Filter Magazine.

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The First Step Act is not the criminal justice reform we need. But it’s a start.


Published December 21, 2018 by Psymposia.


Pioneering UConn MDMA Research Focused on People of Color Ends Early: What Are the Next Steps for Equity in Treatment?


Published December 18, 2018 by Psychedelic Times.


The Burgeoning Psychedelics Movement Still Excludes Women and People of Color


Published December 3, 2018 by Filter Magazine.


NYC Marijuana Arrests Have Dropped, but Policing Still Targets Minority Groups


Published November 14, 2018 by


Cannabis Conviction? The First Ever National Expungement Week Begins


Published October 19, 2018 by Filter Magazine.


After 26 years in prison for LSD, and clemency from Obama, Timothy Tyler is a free man


Published September 10, 2018 by Psymposia.

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Washington Man Facing Prison After Foraging for Wild Mushrooms


Published August 15, 2017 by Psymposia.

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Does the First Amendment Protect Spiritual Cannabis Use? A D.C. Activist Plans to Argue For It


Published September 7, 2017 by Psymposia.

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