[One of many a] movement to decolonize psychedelic pharma

“Dominant-culture white society, as a bottom line, should always give preference to listening to Indigenous representative people… with ceremonial technology, we should just listen,” says Miriam Volat.

…recommends the Nagoya Protocol as the reciprocity standard for all psychedelic pharma companies… as the Nagoya Protocol specifies that the company attach a “cultural heritage” to the compound and engage in a direct reciprocity to the communities who have worked with that plant…

Original Article (Aspen Brain Institute):
Inside the movement to decolonize psychedelic pharma
Artwork Fair Use: Agnes Monkelbaan