Event contactEvent Manager
Dennis Prager is an author and American talk show host who co-founded Prager University (PragerU). He started the non-profit digital channel in 2009, and is best known for its' 1 - 5 minute educational and entertaining videos on various political, economic, and sociological topics that promote a conservative viewpoint.
Amala Ekpunobi worked as a left-wing political organizer. She became a conservative after she realized the racism she thought she was fighting was being perpetuated by the leftist-ideologies she once stood for. Amala joined the PragerU family in 2021 as an ambassador. With over 200k followers on her Instagram account, she is making headway as a conservative content creator.
Join us at our Canadian town hall meeting on Wednesday March, 16th! Doors open at 6:00 p.m., event starts at 7:00 p.m. EST.
The PragerU personalities will be engaging with Dr. Julie Ponesse, the pandemic ethics scholar at The Democracy Fund, for a wide-ranging conversation about the merits of independent media, censorship, and the consequences of cancel culture.
The conversation will be held in the high-tech auditorium of the Canadian Christian College in Whitby, Ontario, half an hour east of Toronto, both Dennis and Amala will appear via video link on a huge, 50-foot LED screen. It’s an amazing experience, and all are welcome — Tickets are $10 and discounts are offered for students and veterans to attend in-person. A limited amount of tickets are free to those who have have become recently unemployed due to the vaccine mandates. If you wish to attend in-person at the venue, click here.
Seating is limited, so get your tickets now!
Get your ticket to watch online buy clicking the "Purchase tickets" above.