[act-ma] RFM recording of Chomsky on May 23 at No More Victims Benefit

Roger Leisner rleisnerrfm at yahoo.com
Wed Aug 13 14:00:38 PDT 2008

RFM recording of No More Victims event at M.I.T. on May 23, 2008
Noam Chomsky
speaking on
U.S. Government Foreign Policy:  Unintentional Murder, Inc.

This talk was hard to record.  Held on a Friday afternoon, at the end of the school year, with no advertisement of the event, there was a very small audience.  As such, the MIT "Good Will Hunting" classroom was like a cavern with a really bad echo effect causing feedback from time to time.  The MIT audio/video guy was constantly having to change the recording set-up due to unclear directions.  It was a mess, but Chomsky and Radio Free Maine persevered and came through with a great talk and recording, thanks to my Shure wireless mic.

Introduced by Cole Miller, Founder of No More Victims
No More Victims works to obtain medical sponsorships for war-injured Iraqi children and to forge ties between the children, their families and communities in the United States. We believe one of the most effective means of combating militarism is to focus on direct relief to its victims.
FMI, please go to  www.nomorevictims.org
Noam Chomsky speaks for 23 minutes and answers questions for 52 minutes.

Recorded by Roger Leisner on May 23, 2008 at M.I.T. in Cambridge, MA.

DVD/VHS video features 23 minutes of the heavily eroded Popham Beach State Park in Maine on April 19 and May 25, 2008.

Available on DVD video, audio CD, VHS video and audiotape cassette
For information on how to order, please contact 
Roger Leisner at
Radio Free Maine
P.O. Box 2705
Augusta, Maine  04338

Email:  rleisnerrfm at yahoo.com
(207) 242-0643  Cell Phone

Samples of Radio Free Maine recordings are featured on ThinkTwiceRadio via the internet.


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