11/9/18 – An Evening with Noam Chomsky

A Benefit for KGNU Community Radio

An Evening with Noam Chomsky

Friday, November 9th at 7 PM
Unity Church of Boulder
2855 Folsom Street

Legendary author, speaker Noam Chomsky will be skyping into Boulder for an exclusive talk regarding the outcomes from the 2018 midterm elections, and what the election reveals about our future.

Noam Chomsky is an American linguist, philosopher, historian, cognitive scientist, and social critic. Chomsky is well known for his vocal opposition to the US involvement in Viet Nam, becoming associated with the New Left and was arrested multiple times for his activism. Noam was placed on then, President Nixons enemies list.

Noam Chomsky is one of the most cited scholars in history. He has influenced a broad array of academic fields and is widely recognized as a paradigm shifter who helped spark a major revolution in the human sciences. Noam Chomskys ideas have proved highly significant within the anti-capitalist and anti-imperialist movements.

Join KGNU Community Radio for an intimate talk with Noam Chomsky, Friday November 9 at the Unity Church of Boulder, 2855 Folsom Street.

After the talk there will be an opportunity for Q & A.

The Boulder Bookstore will be selling books onsite.

Suggested Donation $15, Students and Seniors $5 Suggested Donation. No one will be turned away for lack of funds. All proceeds will benefit KGNU Community Radio.

Tickets are available on KGNU.ORG and brownpapertickets.com

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