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An Evening with

Andrew Yang

Sun, May 2
7:30 PM Pacific
$41 - $56 : General Public
$11 : UCSB Students (Current student ID required)
Includes facility fee
With the pandemic causing national and international artists to cancel their tours and with the continued restrictions on public gatherings, we regret to announce that we are canceling Arts & Lectures' live/in-person events scheduled for February-May 2021.

“Yang, one of the most unlikely candidates of the 2020 Democratic race, has emerged as a surprising, enduring political force... who began his campaign as an outsider’s outsider touched a nerve that’s given his candidacy an unexpected afterlife.” Washington Post

“Part political stand-up act, part economic soothsayer, Yang breezily treads a line that might give fits to candidates less at ease with a microphone. He simultaneously presents himself as an unflappable funnyman who’s the perfect antidote to our grave times, and a mathematics-driven “numbers guy” in a country that has more things wrong with it than voters can count.” Los Angeles Times

Former presidential candidate Andrew Yang is a noted entrepreneur and the author of The War on Normal People, in which he calls attention to the mounting crisis in employment caused by the automation of labor. A proponent of universal basic income; his plan is the Freedom Dividend, a UBI of $1,000 per month for every adult American. During the Obama administration Yang was named Presidential Ambassador of Entrepreneurship and lauded for his nonprofit Venture for America, a fellowship program for recent graduates who want to work at startups and create jobs in American cities. A vocal advocate for personal ownership of data, Andrew Yang writes: “We ourselves have become the product, and we are being sold to those with the means to buy access to every detail of our behavior – and to shape what we do next” (Los Angeles Times).




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