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If you are writing to add your signature to the Equity Statement, please write to Shannon at

If you are looking for speakers of color to give lectures, media interviews etc., check our page People of Color Making a Difference in Psychedelic Healing. Chacruna also published “Thirteen Steps for Promoting Access and Inclusion in Psychedelic Science,” and “Why Psychedelic Science Should Pay Speakers and Trainers of Color” offering suggestions on to how to include people of color in the psychedelic renaissance. Read our foundational piece, “10 Calls to Action: Toward an LGBTQ-Affirmative Psychedelic Therapy, for a general overview on queer issues and psychedelic assisted-therapies.

If you want information about our program on raising awareness of sexual abuse in ayahuasca circles, read our Ayahuasca Community Guide for the Awareness of Sexual Abuse or write to Emily at

If you want to contribute to the Chacruna Chronicles, please write a paragraph about you and a tentative title and summary of your paper proposal (250 words maximum)  and send to Horacio at

To contribute to Chacruna’s Psychedelic Music Forum, write to River at:

If you are looking for interviews or podcasts, please consult the profile of our team members in the section Who We Are. Please note that we only give written interviews, not by telephone. 

For screenings of The Peyote Files, please write to Nicholas at

If you would like to learn more about ethics and sustainability in access to sacred plants, please contact Bob Stanely