The city of Toronto is so beautiful, and as I sit here waiting for Paul’s plane to arrive, I think, “we should give people a heads-up now.” For those of you who can’t join us, you should know there will be live coverage on A Voice for Men Radio of both the protests in Toronto on Friday night and of the Rally for Men and Boys in Crisis on Saturday!
There will of course also be a radio show tonight from the Honeybadgers (announcement for that forthcoming), but tomorrow and Saturday you’ll want to watch out especially for two shows:
Friday night, James Huff and Lucian Valsan will be taking calls from known activists attending Dr. Groth’s lecture at the University of Toronto. In between calls, the hosts will cover news from around the world and discuss events as they unfold on the campus.
We will only be taking calls from known activists during this show.
Tune in and listen to live perspectives on events as they happen.
The show starts at 5PM Central time on Friday – one hour before Dr. Goth’s lecture – and will continue for a full three hours.
After that, on Saturday morning, Erin Pizzey, along with James Huff and Mike Buchanan of the UK’s Justice for Boys and Men (and the women who love them) Party will be broadcasting about, and with live coverage from, the Men and Boys in Crisis rally in Queen’s Park (notice how the Facebook page is under assault from fascist thugs, but the information you need is there).
We expect the show to run a full three hours as we talk about all the issues facing the men and boys in our lives who we love and care about, and the crisis so many are undergoing in Canada, the UK, the United States, Australia, India, and so many other parts of the world. We’ll be featuring call-ins from the rally as well as general discussion of events, past and present, as they relate to the anti-male movement and our efforts to fight against it!
I’m already loving Canada and the lovely city of Toronto, Paul will be here within an hour, and I can’t wait to meet more of you in the next couple of days. Nothing like this event has ever happened in history, so if you can come, please do, and if you can’t, be sure to join us in spirit and listen or call in to the shows as we do our best to provide live coverage and commentary!
This is not just an event for Toronto, or Canada, or even North America. This is for the suffering boys and men of the entire world. I hope to see you there.