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Public perception played a huge role in psychedelics’ embryonic emergence until their prohibition in the 1960s. Today, a central factor in the re-emergence of psychedelics-based therapeutic and medicinal research remains the courtroom of public opinion. And for good reason: the cultural revolution of the 1960s was a watershed era that changed the course of the world, and psychedelics, for better or worse, were an inextricable ingredient of that shift.
More than ever, the media today shapes public opinion. From politics to culture to world events, journalistic publications sway the way people think and act — and ultimately, how governments legislate.
How is the media influencing the current wave of research-driven psychedelic reawakening, and how can it avoid widespread fixation on cultural stigmas of the past? Join us for a unique and engaging discussion with the real perceptual influencers of our day, where we’ll be flipping the track — this time, the media answer the questions.

Meet the Experts

Madison Margolin

Madison Margolin

Co-Founder and Managing Editor of DoubleBlind Magazine

Zach Haigney

Zach Haigney

Author and founder of The Trip Report

Justin Hampton

Justin Hampton

Contributing Writer, Lucid News

Anne Philippi

Anne Philippi -Moderator

Founder of The New Health Club