Psychedelic Science 2023

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        the Breakthrough

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Darron Smith
University of Memphis
Darron Smith is an African-American scholar, author and blogger. His research and scholarly writing focuses on social injustices impacting African Americans and other marginalized groups in the US. His work includes the study and impact of race on US health care, the practice of white parents adopting black and biracial children, religion, sports, politics and other pertinent subject matters of present time. Smith's most known work is the 2004 book, Black and Mormon, a book-length anthology exploring and their place in (LDS Church) since the that lifted the ban on blacks holding in the church. His most recent book, When Race, Religion and Sport Collide: Black athletes at BYU and Beyond, explores African American male student-athletes through the medium of sport in the era of the movement.

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