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Directing Dissent at the Creative Alliance

October 1, 2012
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Directing Dissent at the Creative Alliance

The Creative Alliance will be offering a preview screening of the documentary Directing Dissent on Oct. 4. The documentary follows  John Roemer, a Baltimore teacher, activist, and “gun-toting pacifist,” who helped frame the debate over Civil Rights in the city. The screening will be followed by a panel discussion including Roemer and Sophie Hamacher,...
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At Occupy Baltimore: A Cause!

October 31, 2011
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Occupy Baltimore has met the enemy. Or, at least, it demands a meeting.
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Single Payer Minded: Interviews with Arrested Single Payer Health Care Activists

February 3, 2010
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Drs. Carol Paris, Eric Naumburg, and Margaret Flowers, and retired psychological counselor Charles Loubert, are Maryland-based health-care practitioners who feel so strongly about health-care reform–more specifically, they’d like to see some form of a single-payer system put in place in the United States–that they’ve each been arrested in an effort to spread the word...
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On the 40th Anniversary of the Catonsville Nine, Free Speech and Air Shows Don’t Mix

May 19, 2008
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On the 40th Anniversary of the Catonsville Nine, Free Speech and Air Shows Don’t Mix

On Saturday, May 17, over 112,000 people attended Preakness and another 150,000 people went to the Joint Service Open House and Air Show at Andrews Air Force Base in Prince George’s County. Among the Air Show attendees were 40-odd peace activists. Well . . . sort of. The activists, who were brought together to...
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