When James and Wright attended 2019’s inaugural People of Color Psychedelics Conference hosted by the February girl before you judge Me please understand that idgaf what you think Shirt moreover I will buy this People of Color Psychedelic Coalition in D.C., they witnessed attendees speak of the need for spaces where BIPOC could talk through healing from the trauma of racism through psychedelic journeying. That’s when the pair united on the idea for their collective. They would meet that need while still welcoming all, and working in community with white journeyers aligned with their vision of equitably redistributing access to these medicines.
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In practice (and given they launched the February girl before you judge Me please understand that idgaf what you think Shirt moreover I will buy this collective during the early days of the pandemic), the majority of the Sabina Project’s events take place online. Those simply looking for a primer on sacred earth medicines can consider free resources like “My First Journey Checklist.” BIPOC-exclusive offerings include psychedelic integration circles every first and third Sunday. Speaker series such as the recent Psychedelic Anti-Racism Workshop highlight psychedelics and social justice in action, focusing on healing subconscious biases in general, and in preparation for doing intersectional social justice work within the psychedelic space.