Hispanic Heritage Month and Psychedelics

Celebrate National Hispanic Heritage Month by expressing gratitude for Hispanic and Latinx visionaries, researchers, community members, and others who have expanded awareness about psychedelics. Taking place from September 15 to October 15, this annual tradition celebrates the histories, cultures, and contributions of individuals whose ancestors came from Spain, Mexico, the Caribbean, and Central and South America.

Supporting Hispanic and Latinx communities is part of MAPS’ Health Equity Plan, which aims to safely and effectively deliver MDMA-assisted therapy to as many people as possible.

Prioritizing Public Benefit Means Healing for All: Announcing MAPS’ Health Equity Plan
Written by Natalie Lyla Ginsberg, M.S.W., Ismail Lourido Ali, J.D., Ritika Aggarwal, M.F.T. Candidate, Fede Menapace, M.B.A.

Marcela Ot’alora — How to Become a Psychedelic Therapist | The Tim Ferriss Show
Published by Tim Ferriss

Colonization Laid the Groundwork for the Drug War
Written by Ismail Lourido Ali, J.D., and Justice Rivera

Yarelix Estrada on Psychedelic Harm Reduction, Racism, & the War on Drugs
Published by Lex Pelger

Student Profile: Oriana Mayorga
Published by Union Theological Seminary

United to Cure Planetary PTSD: Advancing the Movement in 2019
Written by Paula Graciela Kahn