Back by Popular Demand: NOAM CHOMSKY
Speaking on “What Hope for Palestine–and Beyond?
The World After 2020”
Introduced by DANIEL ELLSBERG
Featuring musical performance by:
Naima Shalhoub & Excentrik
SATURDAY, MARCH 21, 7:30 pm
Sidney Goldstein Theatre
275 Hayes Street, San Francisco
(near Civic Center BART)
Note: The Balcony and Loge are not wheelchair accessible and there are no elevators. For those who use wheelchairs or scooters, disability seating is available (2 seats together) in the Orchestra; contact City Box Office for these seats: http://www.CityBoxOffice.com/NoamChomsky, 415-392-4400.
Professor NOAM CHOMSKY is one of the most influential public intellectuals in the world today. An outspoken U.S. political activist, social critic, philosopher, and historian – and a ground-breaking linguist – he is Professor Emeritus at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and currently teaches at the University of Arizona. The most recent of his 100+ books is “Requiem for the American Dream: The 10 Principles of Concentration of Wealth and Power.” Noam Chomsky is one of the most cited scholars in modern history and is a founding member of MECA’s Advisory Board.
Daniel Ellsberg is a world renowned whistle-blower who leaked “The Pentagon Papers,” which was instrumental in strengthening opposition to the Vietnam War.
Naima Shalhoub and Excentrik – Naima Shalhoub and Tarik Kazaleh – are Oakland-based Arab American musicians who draw upon their Arab music traditions and American soul.
A Benefit for the Children of Palestine, wheelchair accessible, cosponsored by KPFA