List/Grid Awards and Recognition

Since our founding in 2002, September 11th Families for Peaceful Tomorrows has been honored to receive recognition and awards including nominations for the 2003 and 2004 Nobel Peace Prize. Throughout the coming year, we will share these awards and invite you to explore the organizations that made them.

2011: PT Recognized in Charles Strozier’s New Book

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“…I survey in my concluding chapter the many 9/11 survivor and family groups. I found that at best most such groups are politically centrist and cautious; others have been avowedly… Read more »

September 2011: PT received the Bridge Builder Award

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September 11th Families for Peaceful Tomorrows accepted the Bridge Builder Award on September 22, 2011. We were invited to meet with civic leaders, clergy leaders as well as political activists…. Read more »

October 2011: PT Receives Peacemaker Award

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We are honored that Pax Christi MA Assembly will be awarding Peaceful Tomorrows their Peacemaker Award on Saturday, October 22, 2011. Co-Founder and PT member Colleen Kelly will deliver the… Read more »

2011 El-Hibri Peace Education Prize

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In 2011 September 11th Families for Peaceful Tomorrows was nominated for the 2011 El-Hibri Peace Education Prize. Nominees for this prize came from five continents. PT was nominated for the… Read more »

August 2011: Pax ChristiUSA honors Colleen Kelly with the 2011 Teacher of Peace Award

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Colleen Kelly was named the 2011 recipient of the Pax Christi USA Teacher of Peace Award. “At a time when our nation needed models for how to deal with our… Read more »

August 2011: Talat Hamdani Named Human Rights and National Security Reform Fellow

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PT member Talat Hamdani is named Human Rights and National Security Reform Fellow by the Rockwood Leadership Seminar.

2004 Nobel Peace Prize Nomination

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September 11th Families for Peaceful Tomorrows was honored to be nominated for the 2004 Nobel Peace Prize by the International Peace Bureau. From the official website of the Nobel Prize:… Read more »

War Resisters League Peace Award

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Founded in 1923 and now The United States’ oldest secular pacifist organization, the War Resisters League resists war at home and war abroad. Its work for nonviolent revolution has spanned… Read more »

Women’s Action for New Directions Mother’s Day Award

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Women’s Action for New Directions (WAND) points out that Mother’s Day did not begin with greeting cards and chocolate boxes: it began with a cry for peace. In 1872, Julia Ward

2003 Nobel Peace Prize Nomination

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September 11th Families for Peaceful Tomorrows was honored to be nominated for the 2003 Nobel Peace Prize by the International Peace Bureau. From the official website of the Nobel Prize:… Read more »

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