On this episode of The Road Home, Jamil speaks with Stephen Brown, a Board Member on the National Council of Canadian Muslims. Jamil and Stephen discuss the social differences between, and historical origins of, Anglo-Canadian and French-Canadian conceptions of religious freedom, as well as the present and future place of Canadian Muslims within the nation's mosaic.
You can connect with the National Council of Canadian Muslims at their website here or follow them on Twitter at @nccm.
On this episode of The Road Home, Jamil speaks with Chris Blackwood and Harprit Gill, two residents of Jane & Finch in Toronto, Ontario, about their respective life paths into youth-based activism, and the changes that they are working toward in their community.
This episode of The Road Home is a rebroadcast of Jamil's interview on The Stuart Knight Show, a podcast that encourages its listeners to challenge their thoughts about life and leadership. On this episode, Stuart and Jamil discuss Jamil's fight with cancer, his activism, and his advice for people trying to turn their passions into a career.
You can find more episodes of The Stuart Knight Show here.
This episode of the Road Home is a rebroadcast of Jamil's interview with Dr. Jodi L. Abbott and Lieutenant-Colonel Jeff Wilson, hosts of the NorQuest Podcast. Together they discuss topics covered in Jamil's book, Why Young Men, the dangerous allure of violent movements and what we can do about it. Jamil was the keynote speaker for NorQuest College's Civil Society Speaker Series event on March 7, 2019.
You can find more episodes of the NorQuest Podcast here.
On this episode of The Road Home, Jamil speaks with JJ McCullough, a vlogger, writer and artist, about YouTube's present, and future, impact on political discourse and democracy. You can follow JJ on Twitter at @JJ_McCullough or subscribe to his YouTube page here.
On this episode of The Road Home, Jamil speaks with Anamaria Cardona, Communication Director at the Centre For the Prevention of Radicalization Leading to Violence (CPRLV) in Montreal. You can learn more about the CPRLV at https://info-radical.org/en/ or on Twitter at @info_radical.
On this episode of The Road Home, Jamil speaks with Coleman Hughes, a writer, musician and philosophy student at Columbia University. The conversation stretches from hip hop and jazz music to education and race. Coleman also discusses his recent writing in the Wall Street Journal, "Martin Luther King, Color Blind Radical."
You can follow Coleman on Twitter at @coldxman.
In this episode, Jamil speaks with Maxime Fiset, a former neo-nazi who now works as a project manager the Centre for the Prevention of Radicalization Leading to Violence in Montreal. Jamil and Maxime discuss redemption, forgiveness, and La Bombe—Maxime's documentary on the rise of the far-right.
Learn more about the Centre for the Prevention of Radicalization Leading to Violence at: https://info-radical.org/en/
Find Maxime on Twitter @maximemfiset
In this episode of the podcast, Jamil Jivani speaks with James Favel, who is executive director of Bear Clan Patrol in Winnipeg, Manitoba. James and his team of concerned citizens patrol the streets of Winnipeg to reduce crime in their neighborhoods, and build bridges between Indigenous communities and local police.
Please note, some coarse language is used in this episode.
Learn more about Bear Clan Patrol at www.bearclanpatrolinc.com
In this episode of The Road Home, Jamil Jivani speaks with Jack Toth and Gerald Auger at the Impact Society in Calgary, Alberta. Jack and Gerald discuss their paths to supporting youth leadership development, and how their partnership fits into the wider context of Canadian history and ongoing truth and reconciliation efforts.
Learn more about the Impact Society at www.impactsociety.com