List/Grid Author Archives: Katharina

Supporting Others Seeking Nonviolent Responses

JUNE 2018 OUR WORK: A meeting with several Korean professionals who are supporting families of the Sewol Ferry Disaster, in which over 300 died, was arranged at the PT office… Read more »

Advocating Nonviolence

MAY 2018 OUR WORK: In the Media: PT member and writer, Alissa Torres‘, article was published in the New York Times. Alissa offers a biographical glimpse into her own struggles… Read more »

#Enough

April 2018 OUR WORK: PT member, Wright Salisbury, marched in Paris on March 24, 2018. #Enough: We fight gunviolence! Many of us were at the March For Our Lives on… Read more »

You Can’t Deport A Movement

New York, February 10, 2018 Good Morning…I represent September Eleventh Families For Peaceful Tomorrows..We are composed of more than 200 family members of loved ones who made the ultimate sacrifice… Read more »

J’accuse!

Paris, March 24, 2018 “J’accuse!” is the title of an open letter by the influential writer Émile Zola, published on 13 January 1898 in the newspaper L’Aurore. In the letter,… Read more »

REPORT: Feb 26 – Mar 2, 2018 pretrial hearing of 9-11 accused

Other NGOs present and their representatives: Judicial Watch / Thomas Wheatley Human Rights First / Patricia Stottlemeyer National Institute of Military Justice / Dru Brenner-Beck Indiana University McKinney School of… Read more »

Save Our Future – Save Our Children!

Those of us who have suffered due to rampant violence demand real progress. Those of us who lost loved ones due to violence during the 9/11 attacks join youth around… Read more »

Moving Towards Peace

MARCH 2018 OUR WORK: February 23-March 2: Colleen Kelly traveled to Guantánamo again to attend the 28th pretrial hearing of the 9-11 accused. Two issues stand out for 9-11 family… Read more »

Respecting Human Rights

FEBRUARY 2018 PT members, Anne Mulderry (center) and Phyllis Rodriguez, demand to Close Guantánamo at Grand Central Station together with others on February 1, 2018. On February 1, PT members… Read more »

FEBRUARY 1, 2018: Human Rights Activists to Protest Trump’s Order to Keep Guantanamo Open in Grand Central Station

Contacts:  Colleen Kelly       718-944-5601   colleen@peacefultomorrows.org Jeremy Varon       732-979-3119   jvaron@aol.com Elizabeth Ramos   347-581-2677   nyc@worldcantwait.net Human Rights Activists to Protest Trump’s Order to Keep Guantanamo Open in Grand Central Station, Thursday 2/1 @ Noon What:   Demonstration/vigil… Read more »

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