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An Advocate Perspective: Practical aims & expectations for an equitable psilocybin program in Oregon with Fruiting Bodies Collective

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Talk about how ways we can make sure that Oregon’s psilocybin for therapeutic use program is as equitable

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In this video, recorded live at The Psychedelics & Plant Medicine Tokeativity Social on March 13, 2021, Elan Hagens & Rebecca Martinez, Co-Founders of Fruiting Bodies Collective

Talk about how ways we can make sure that Oregon’s psilocybin for therapeutic use program is as equitable and accessible as possible.

⁠About Fruiting Bodies

Fruiting Bodies is an online community providing psychedelics education, news, networking & opportunity for women, communities of color, and allies. Based in Portland, Oregon, their current focus is the therapeutic use of psilocybin and the program rollout of IP 109. They advocate for inclusion, access, community outreach, and affordable and culturally relevant training and treatment options for all who stand to benefit.

Learn more about their work at https://instagram.com/fruitingbodiesco

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