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On Saturday, April 6, 2013, Jerry Lembcke, Associate Professor of Sociology College of the Holy Cross, spoke at the Third National Conference of Historians Against the War called "The New Faces of War," which was held at Towson University. Lembcke participated on a panel called "U.S. Soldiers and the Vietnam War Experience."

On Saturday, April 6, 2013, Tim Bagwell, a Vietnam war veteran and anti-war poet, spoke at the Third National Conference of Historians Against the War called "The New Faces of War," which was held at Towson University. Bagwell participated on a panel called "U.S. Soldiers and the Vietnam War Experience." This video was produced by Stephen Roblin and Spencer Compton.

On Sunday, April 7, 2013, Thomas Drake, former National Security Administration executive and whistleblower, spoke at the Third National Conference of Historians Against the War called "The New Faces of War," which was held at Towson University. Drake participated on a panel called "Indefinite Detention and War Against Iran: How Are These Strands of US Foreign Policy Connected?"

On Sunday, April 7, 2013, H. Candace Gorman esq. spoke at the Third National Conference of Historians Against the War called "The New Faces of War," which was held at Towson University. Gorman participated on a panel called "Indefinite Detention and War Against Iran: How Are These Strands of US Foreign Policy Connected?"

This past week, Gar Alperovitz, author of America Beyond Capitalism, spoke at the New America Foundation in Washington, DC. Alperovitz spoke about his new book, What Then Must We Do? Democratizing Wealth and Building a Community-Sustaining Economy from the Ground Up, and described the potential of worker-owned enterprises in the US to build a political movement and challenge the trend of neoliberal capitalism.

On Friday, April 5, 2013, former U.S. Army Colonel and retired State Department diplomat, Ann Wright, delivered the first keynote address at the Third National Conference of Historians Against the War. The title of her address is "Putting New War Paint on the Old Faces of War." Excerpts of her speech are featured in this video, which was produced by Richard Concepcion.

On Saturday, April 6, 2013, Joseph Gerson, American Friends Service Committee's disarmament coordinator, spoke at the Third National Conference of Historians Against the War called "The New Faces of War," which was held at Towson University. Gerson participated on a panel called "Understanding and Responding to the Asia-Pacific Pivot."

On Saturday, April 6, 2013, Hyun Lee spoke at the Third National Conference of Historians Against the War called "The New Faces of War," which was held at Towson University. Lee, who is affiliated with Nodutdol for Korean Community Development, participated on a panel called "Understanding and Responding to the Asia-Pacific Pivot." Lee examines the North Korean crisis from an historical perspective and then discusses potential ways out of the crisis.

On Saturday, April 6, 2013, one of Baltimore's veteran peace and justice activists, Max Obuszewski, spoke at the Third National Conference of Historians Against the War called "The New Faces of War," which was held at Towson University. Obuszewski participated on a panel called "Law and the New Faces of War."

In this Saturday Aug. 6, 2011 file photo, the shrouded body of 12-month-old Liin Muhumed Surow, who died of malnutrition 25 days after reaching the camp according to her father Mumumed, lies before burial at UNHCR's Ifo Extension camp, near Dadaab in Kenya close to the Somali border. Officials in East Africa say a report to be released this week by two U.S. government-funded famine and food agencies gives the highest death toll yet from Somalia's 2011 famine, estimating that 260,000 people died - more than

“Powerful people have that privilege of denying reality,” the Somali scholar, Abdi Samatar, stated when explaining the causes of Somalia's 2011 famine as it was laying waste to the population. According to a mortality study released last week, close to 260,000 people may have died in southern and central Somalia as a result of the 2011 food crisis and famine, 133,000 of whom were children under the age of five. Responsibilty for this tragedy lies mainly with the United States and the Somalia militant group, Al Shabaab.

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