Psychedelic research and community spaces lack inclusion of many marginalized and vulnerable populations. This deficit includes a lack of representation from people of the global majority, gender/sexual-expansive people, people who speak languages other than English, those who are neurodivergent, and people with physical or cognitive challenges, among others. Current efforts are underway by some researchers and community leaders to shift this tide of exclusion. Nevertheless, more must be done to dismantle the structural limitations and power imbalances which increase the barriers to safety and inclusion of marginalized people in psychedelic research and community spaces. This presentation will include perspectives from leaders in community organizing, academic research, clinical practice, non-profit grant-making, and community intervention to support dialogue about the intersections of these spaces, the imperative to address exclusion, and ways to bring about change.