Although grief is a universal human experience, our walks with grief are unique and informed by our identities. As Black and brown people, we carry intergenerational and historical grief along with the weight of ongoing systemic oppression and racialization. How does this impact our deeply personal experiences of grief and loss? What do BIPOC folk need to be held in our grief? How can psychedelics be supportive for moving through acute and inherited grief? Join us for a conversation about the role of psychedelics in navigating grief and loss.
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