A Table of Our Own—Filmmaker Panel
The Naropa Center for Psychedelic Studies is pleased to invite you to a special panel discussion with Ayize Everett and Kufikiri Imara, the filmmakers of A Table of Our Own: A Documentary about Black People + Psychedelics. This exciting panel will be facilitated by NCPS Director of Clinical Education, Diana Quinn, ND, and NCPS Assistant Director of Community Care, Victor Cabral, LSW.
Live via Zoom: naropa.zoom.us/j/94692359632
Open to the Naropa Community
Additionally, don’t miss the Denver screenings of A Table of Our Own on February 7th and 8th! The film features Naropa’s own Victor Cabral, as well as Charlotte James, the founder of Psychedelic Liberation Training and a Community Partner of NCPS. These local showings are proudly presented by Blackadelics, an all-Black psychedelic community.
For more information about the documentary, the filmmakers, to watch the trailer, and to secure tickets for a screening, please visit the film’s website.