One of the loudest and strongest voices in investigative journalism
Host, "Democracy Now!"; Author, Breaking the Sound Barrier and Standing Up to the Madness
Goodman has exposed human-rights violations in East Timor and Nigeria, has been arrested covering the Republican National Convention and was the first person to interview exiled Haitian President Aristide. "The role of reporters," she says, "is to go to where the silence is and say something." Known for her dedication to untold stories and issues that are chronically overlooked, Goodman has made a mark as an investigative journalist who looks beyond mainstream media news. Now it's your chance meet the icon and ask her what the news should really be talking about.
Location: SF Club Office
Time: 5 p.m. check-in, 5:30 p.m. program, 6:30 p.m. book signing/networking reception
Cost: $12 members, $20 non-members, $7 students (with valid ID)
Buy the book: Purchase Amy Goodman's Breaking the Sound Barrier from The Club's online bookstore! If you purchase an item fewer than 5 business days before the event, it will be available for pickup at The Commonwealth Club in San Francisco on the day of the event. If you purchase it more than 5 days before the event, the book will be sent to your address.
Added by kest7580 on March 30, 2010