Visit with Noam Chomsky

Posted by on September 20, 2002

NOAM CHOMSKY on Media and Democracy

A mid-day talk on the important role of media in a democracy, the challenges presented by the current media reality, and some possibilities for constructive action. Followed by brief Q&A and Reception with Speaker.

A Benefit for Media Tank, Philadelphia Community Access Coalition (PCAC) and Greater Philadelphia Democratic Left

First Unitarian Church
Chestnut Street between 21st & 22nd Sts.
Doors open at 12:00 noon; event begins at 12:30 pm

TICKETS: Talk $12 advance, $15 at door
Talk and Reception: $50 minimum contribution ($55 at door)

All tickets available at Media Tank/PCAC Office: 100 S. Broad St. Suite 1318. For more information: * 215-563-1100

Tickets to the Talk on sale at the following Philadelphia locations:
House of Our Own Bookstore
3920 Spruce Street
Robins Book Store
108 S. 13th Street
Wooden Shoe Books
508 S. 5th Street

Co-sponsored by the Social Justice Committee of the First Unitarian Church of Philadelphia

NOAM CHOMSKY, world renowned linguist, author and political activist, is widely considered one of the most important thinkers of our time. He has published over seventy books and over a thousand articles, and is the most-cited person alive (eighth most cited of all time, coming in after Shakespeare, Marx and Freud).
In addition to his groundbreaking work in the study of language, he has been a leading critic of U.S. foreign policy, politics, and the role of media in our society.

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