This Friday, February 28th, at 730pm PST, UCSB’s community-radio station KCSB-FM 91.9 will air an exclusive broadcast of the Nuclear Age Peace Foundation’s 13th Annual Frank K. Kelly Lecture on Humanity’s Future with Professor NOAM CHOMSKY, live from the historic Lobero Theatre.
Making his first public appearance in Santa Barbara in more than 25 years, Chomsky’s sold-out address will reflect on the sources of and possible solutions to the greatest dilemmas of the 21st Century.
Avram Noam Chomsky is a renowned Professor of Linguistics (Emeritus) at MIT. A philosopher, cognitive scientist, and logician, the 85-year-old Chomsky has also been distinguished, since the early days of the Vietnam War, for his peace and social-justice activism, and for his works of political commentary and theory. Noam Chomsky’s forthcoming lecture is entitled “Security and State Policy.”
Interested in a more communal experience of this special broadcast event? KCSB is inviting everyone in the community to free Chomsky “listening parties” at two locations: 1) at the ASSOCIATED STUDENTS ANNEX/MEDIA CENTER (between Storke Tower and the South Hall “Grad Tower”); or 2) at GRANADA BOOKS: A Community Bookstore in downtown Santa Barbara (1224 State St.). Alternately, listeners might consider organizing their own gatherings as well.
Again, this special live program will air at 730pm Pacific Standard Time at 91.9 FM (streaming live at www.kcsb.org). Join us!
The Staff and Programmers of KCSB-FM 91.9 (www.kcsb.org)
Live Broadcast of the Nuclear Age Peace Foundation’s 13th Annual Frank K. Kelly Lecture on Humanity’s Future:
with NOAM CHOMSKY
Sold-Out Talk, Live from the Lobero Theatre
Friday, February 28th, 730pm PST
Tune In: KCSB-FM 91.9 on the Central Coast, Streaming Live at www.kcsb.org.