In San Diego Sunday, Jan. 10 for
KNSJ Community Radio Multi-Media Fundraiser
BBC INVESTIGATIVE JOURNALIST
Author of the New York Times Bestsellers “The Best Democracy Money Can Buy” and “Billionaires Ballot Bandits”
Sunday, January 10, 6-8:30 pm, 8412 Sugarman Drive in La Jolla
Entertainment, Music, Finger Food
RSVP: Marie (619) 283-1100 or email@example.com
“What a journalist should be: a truth hound, undaunted by power:”
– Chicago Tribune
San Diego’s own news anchor, Bree Walker, calls him
“The best damn reporter in the USA. Period.”
Palast will relate the latest of his investigations into the upcoming theft of the 2016 election – and the billionaires behind it!
Palast is a resolute, unrelenting, adamant supporter of independent journalism and independent media. Greg and his parents, San Diego residents, have supported KNSJ and its mission from inception.
Greg Palast, an internationally-known relentless progressive voice who has been called the “most important investigative reporter of our time – up there with Woodward and Bernstein” (The Guardian) is coming to San Diego to do a fundraising meet and greet for KNSJ.
Palast has broken front-page stories for BBC Television Newsnight, The Guardian, Nation Magazine, Rolling Stone and Harper’s Magazine. His books have been translated into two dozen languages and has led investigations of multi-billion-dollar frauds in the oil, nuclear, power and finance industries for governments on three continents, is the author of Democracy and Regulation, a seminal treatise on energy corporations and government control, commissioned by the United Nations and based on his lectures at Cambridge University and the University of São Paulo.
This is a great opportunity for people to be able to meet this internationally-known journalist.
KNSJ FM Community Radio
Networking for Social Justice
All Supporters of Independent Media are welcome and invited! KNSJ is owned by Activist San Diego, a 17-year-old 501(c)(3) with a rock-solid mission of Networking for social justice. This gathering is a fundraiser to launch the next stage of KNSJ’s development. The monopoly power of corporate media eliminated KLSD’s alternative voice leaving a big void on San Diego’s airwaves. KNSJ is now here and has picked up the baton, but we need YOU to carry it forward.