Constructive Capitalism and Sacred Medicines

Mar 16, 2022

4:00pm – 5:00pm CT

How can experiences and insights catalyzed by cannabis and psychedelic medicines inspire and inform ethical business in these industries and beyond? Can we leverage capitalism to ensure all people regardless of income have access to psychedelic healing, while reciprocating to the original indigenous stewards of healing plant medicine traditions? Will conscious cannabis consumers honor the sacred in cannabis and sustain regenerative craft cannabis farmers? Join David Bronner of Dr. Bronner’s, Rick Doblin of MAPS, Miriam Volat of the Indigenous Medicine Conservation Fund and Tina Gordon of Moonmade Farms, as they discuss their respective organizational efforts to leverage capitalism for social good.

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David Bronner

Dr. Bronner's

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Rick Doblin

Multidisciplinary Association For Psychedelic Studies (Maps)

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Tina Gordon

Moon Made Farms

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Miriam Volat

Riverstyx Foundation And The Indigenous Medicine Conservation Fund

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