In this first episode of the Psychedelic Cultures Podcast, we hear from Jade Netanya Ullmann, who is a development officer and connector at the Multidisciplinary Association for Psychedelic Studies. We learn about the range of initiatives MAPS is working on in addition to legalizing MDMA for therapy. We also hear some of Jade's personal experiences and what brings her to be advocating for support of legalization and access to psychedelic medicines for healing.
You can learn more about MAPS on their website, https://www.maps.org/.
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Audio Production and Editing: Priapizzm and Magenta
Song lyrics in opening track are from the liner notes for Woven Songs of the Amazon. The CD of it I was gifted said the proceeds go to the Shipibo people. I'm not sure a more direct link to send you to (if you do please let me know), but I'm linking to the Amazon page because of the commentary and irony.
Opening and closing track by "mu fa or", the duo of Wobbly and Magenta.