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Chacruna Institute’s Resources
As the use of psychedelics continues to thrive in the mainstream, we continue to see the voices of Indigenous communities, who have used these plant medicines for millennia, being ignored from the conversation. Since its founding, Chacruna Institute has been committed to providing a platform for Indigenous communities to share their traditions and history, as well voice their concerns about this growing movement, and the challenges that they have and continue to face. This extensive list of resources includes dialogues with and by Indigenous people on various important topics pertaining to their communities, cultures, and livelihoods. These resources come in the conferences we have held, in-person community dialogues, and virtual community forums we have put together, and articles that we have published in the Chacruna Chronicles.