Stephen Roblin

Stephen Roblin

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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?"

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 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 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."

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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, 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."

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, veteran peace and justice activist and historian, David Swanson, spoke at the Third National Conference of Historians Against the War called "The New Faces of War," which was held at Towson University. Swanson, whose latest book is When the World Outlawed War, participated on a panel called "Law and the New Faces of War."

On Saturday, April 6, 2013, Jim Baldridge, a Vietnam war veteran who lives in Baltimore and member of Veterans for Peace, spoke at the Third National Conference of Historians Against the War called "The New Faces of War," which was held at Towson University. Baldridge participated on a panel called "U.S. Soldiers and the Vietnam War Experience."

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Interview with Maria Allwine, 2010 Gubernatorial Candidate of the Green Party
Arab Unrest Spreads to the Horn
Protesters Call for Bombings to Stop in Libya
Ugandan Spring?: "Instability" Spreads to East Africa
City Council Passes Resolution Calling For Reduction In War Spending
Local Activists Make Their Voices Heard at US Mayors Conference
Interview with Yotam Marom, a lead organizer of "Bloombergville"
Interview with David Marty on Spain's "Indignado" Movement
WE NEED YOUR HELP!!!
Interview with Maria Allwine about October 2011
A Spark in Baltimore
Hope Inside DC's Dual Occupations
Kenya's Criminal Assault on Famine-Stricken Somalia
Occupations: Theirs and Ours, An Introduction to the Issue
Activists Celebrate May Day, March From Lexington Market to Inner Harbor
Interview: David Marty on the State of Spain's 15M and Revolutionary Organization, Part I
Review: "America Beyond Capitalism" After the Rise of Occupy
Interview: David Marty on the State of Spain's 15M and Revolutionary Organization, Part II
Dovetail: An interview with Kalima Young from the Baltimore Art + Justice Project
Dovetail: An interview with Kate Khatib from Red Emma's
Drones, Dissent, and the Obama-MLK Divergence
Dante Simbulan - Understanding and Responding to the Asia-Pacific Pivot
War, Illegal for 85 Years, Now Illegal in New Ways
Going to Court as a Civil Resister to Uphold the Law
U.S.-North Korea Relations in Historical Perspective
Targeted Killings, Drones, and International Law
Like Sisyphus: Defending Men in Guantanamo
Perversion of Power: Perfect Storm
Attack Iran? Who Dares Quibble?
A Baltimore Veteran Talks About His Experience in Vietnam
An Old Face of the War Talks Softly to the Choir
Post Traumatic Stress Disorder: Historical Antecedents and Social Construction
Aboveground and The Ally: Soldier Opposition to the Vietnam War
Understanding and Responding to the Asia-Pacific Pivot
Dada Maheshvarananda presents After Capitalism