Forum on the Road: University of San Francisco (Cancelled)

KQED Forum broadcasts live from the University of San Francisco!

*** We at KQED regret to inform you that – in light of the San Francisco Department of Public Health’s “Aggressive Recommendations to Reduce the Spread of Coronavirus (COVID-19)” advising limits on public gatherings – this Forum on the Road event will be cancelled.

But you can tune-in to KQED 88.5FM to hear a live broadcast of Forum during the event’s originally scheduled time 9-11:00 am on March 19. Forum will continue covering the 2020 Presidential election and its implications for young people throughout the year.

Forum is going on tour!

This spring, the Forum team is hitting the road to take on 2020 in front of audiences around the Bay Area. On our first of five stops, we’ll be broadcasting live from the University of San Francisco, where host Michael Krasny will be talking to faculty and young people about this year’s elections.

9-10:00am We'll check in on the state of the presidential primaries with Professor James Taylor and others.

10-11:00am We'll look at the candidates' environmental platforms and records with Professor Dana Zartner.

Two weeks after Super Tuesday and California's primary, with just eight months to go before a defining moment in the nation’s history, you have the opportunity to join us in person for a discussion about what 2020 means for 21st Century youth.

WHENThursday, March 19, 2020 9:00 AM (PT)
WHEREMcLaren Conference Center
2130 Fulton Street, San Francisco, CA 94117