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We’re staring in the face of a fifth mass extinction... plant teachers are getting caught in the nets of drug control. Indigenous and non-indigenous people who work with these plants − such as ayahuasca, iboga, mushrooms, coca, and others − are being prosecuted for their roles as facilitators, curanderos, healers, and teachers. Read more.



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