I think this is a very timely interview. Susan talks not only of her Baha’i faith and her early religious upbringing, but also of conversion, intercultural understanding, diversity and of the difference between love and tolerance. Susan’s life, her experiences, and her outlook are eloquent testimony to the need for each one of us to open ourselves up to people of all faiths and stations in life.
Speaking with Susan not only was inspiring, but she also gives expression to the underlying values of multiculturalism and pluralism which are said to be defining characteristics not only of civic life in Canada, but of Canadian self-understanding. Please tune in to hear what she has to say.
My interview with Susan DiFabio: