Are you ready to talk about #LeftForum15?

Join us this evening with this live broadcast at 7pm EST about the Left Forum and the upcoming conference: No Justice, No Peace: Confronting the Crises of Capitalism and Democracy.

Join the conversation by tweeting your questions and comments to #LeftForum15 on twitter as well as putting your questions in the comments below!

Joining us will be Stephanie McmillianPaula Hewitt-AmramTed Rall and Seth Tobocman.

Stephanie McMillian
Stephanie McMillan decided at age ten that she would become a cartoonist, and spent much of grade school reading Peanuts and copying the characters. She created a short animated film during the summer after high school at the film studio near Bonn, Germany that had been founded by her grandfather, animator Hans Fischerkoesen (Das Loch im Westen and Die Vervitterte Melodie). Awakening in high school to the dangers of nuclear war, she went on to work for many years as an activist against imperialism and for social justice issues. Currently her daily comic strip Minimum Security is syndicated online at Universal Uclick’s She also draws and self-syndicates a weekly editorial cartoon, Code Green.

Paula Hewitt Amram
Paula is a comic book artist, cartoonist, and illustrator. Since 1984 Paula has edited and contributed comics to WW3. She just co-designed this interactive website for WW3, the longest running political comic book in the world.

Ted Rall
Ted Rall, cartoonist for The Los Angeles Times, is America’s most widely-syndicated alternative editorial cartoonist. Twice the winner of the RFK Journalism Award and a Pulitzer Prize finalist, Rall’s cartoons and illustrations have appeared in TimeNewsweekUSA TodayRolling StoneEsquireThe Wall Street JournalThe Village Voice and hundreds of other publications and websites. He is a regular contributor to MAD magazine.

Seth Tobocman 
Seth Tobocman is one of the founding editors of World War 3 Illustrated, an author/illustrator of three collections, and an educator. He has shown his work in streets and galleries across the globe—including Exit Art, The Museum of Modern Art, and the New Museum of Contemporary Art.