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Noam Chomsky on Gaza in Crisis

Noam Chomsky addresses the ongoing crisis in Gaza followed by a question-and-answer session with the audience. Joining Chomsky is Nancy Murray, the director of education at the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) of Massachusetts. She is the author of Rights Matter: the Story of the Bill of Rights. Nancy holds a B.Phil. and Ph.D. in modern history from Oxford University. She has experience as a teacher, scholar and social activist in Great Britain, Kenya, and the Middle East as well as the United States, and has written widely on the themes of civil liberties, civil and human rights.

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Impressive video! I got acquanted with Chomsky´s works in linguistics many years ago, but this has been a different experience. I would love to see MIT Tech TV videos translated into Spanish and other languages (As TED is doing). Will this ever be a reality?

Posted over 3 years by Valentin Fernandez-Tubau

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