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Unmute: Episode 1 - Roundtable on Men's Mental Health
Unmute: Episode 1 - Roundtable on Men's Mental Health

Unmute: Episode 1 - Roundtable on Men's Mental Health

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A long-form men's mental health roundtable.

Listen on Spotify, Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, or watch on YouTube.

Tune in to the first episode of our podcast series, Unmute, to hear ten men approach conversations about mental health with compassion and grit. Spend some time in the company of:

1️⃣ Riley Wells, who, during his years at Queen’s University, got involved with mental health advocacy by joining Queen’s for The Boys, a Men’s Mental Health club.

2️⃣ Quinn Wood, a musician who dealt with many struggles at a young age including drug and alcohol use. He has learned about how to cope and has a lot of insight to offer.

3️⃣ Jesse Lipscombe, an actor, former athlete, activist and entrepreneur who launched the #MakeItAwkward campaign in 2016 to combat racism, misogyny, homophobia and hatred.

4️⃣ Jake Stika, Next Gen Men’s Executive Director, and a passionate speaker and facilitator focused on gender-based issues related to the social and emotional development of young men.

5️⃣ Jay Legaspi, Network Rep for BC, his goals are to continue to break down barriers and learn more about men’s mental health, systemic racism, LGBTQ+ resources, and asian mental health.

6️⃣ Patrice Cammarano, Network Rep for New Brunswick, he co-
founded the STU Mental Health Society, and advocates for better mental health supports for athletes.

7️⃣ Zarrar Jahangir, Co-President of the McMaster chapter, he is passionate about impacting children’s lives in ways that incite joy, learning, and positive mental health.

8️⃣ Asante Haughton, a CAMH 150 Difference Maker. He is a laid back person, but he is loud about his advocacy and drive for change.

9️⃣ Alfred Burgesson, a member of the Prime Minister’s Youth Council. He is passionate about youth issues, inclusion, equity and community well-being.

🔟 Sukhmeet Singh, a medical student, public health, mental health, and environmental advocate who believes in the recipe of intercultural dialogue in order to promote peace in the world.