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In Support Of The Iraqi Civil Society Solidarity Initiative

Hello, I am Terry Rockefeller from September 11th Families for Peaceful Tomorrows. When Peaceful Tomorrows organized in late 2001, we did so because we never wanted another family to live… Read more »

From Baghdad to Boston, We Reject Violence!

The Iraqi Civil Society Solidarity Initiative [ICSSI] and the Baghdad Marathon want to extend our condolences to the families of the victims of the explosions that took place at the… Read more »

Iraqi Nonviolence Activists Denounce “Barbaric Attack” on Church

Peaceful Protests in Iraq Celebrate the Nation as a Mosaic of Many Faiths

The 4th Annual Week of Nonviolence is underway in Iraq!

October 12th, 2010 Activists from the Iraqi Nonviolence Movement, La’Onf, are engaged in actions across Iraq to denounce the political stalemate that has left their nation without a legitimate government…. Read more »

La’Onf

The ­Iraqi civil-society organization LaOnf (which means “no violence” in Arabic) is a network of Iraqi activists building a nonviolence movement to resist occupation, terrorism and corruption in Iraq.  Click… Read more »

Iraqi Activist Accepts the FOR Prize

October 28th, 2009 On a glorious and sunny autumn day, while cruising the Hudson and East Rivers, members of Peaceful Tomorrows – Phyllis Rodriguez, Bev and John Titus, John Leinung,… Read more »

Introduction of Abdulsattar Younus at the FOR Peace Banquet, October 11, 2009

by Terry K. Rockefeller We thank the Fellowship of Reconciliation for making this possible. And we also thank the State Department, which took its time, but ultimately saw the righteousness… Read more »

Iraqi Peace and Nonviolence Activists Launch Campaign to Stop Violence Against Women

Calling upon Iraqi citizens, politicians, the government of Iraq, and all its civil society organizations, La’Onf (the growing nonviolence movement in Iraq) has proclaimed that violence against women must be challenged and ended in their country.

Sign the Letter of Support for LaOnf

Today in Iraq, there is a growing movement of citizens pursuing an end to violence, occupation and corruption through nonviolent means. LaOnf is a network of Iraqi organizations and individuals,… Read more »

Iraq Refugees and U.S. Responsibility

Refugees? What Refugees? – New York Times In this NYT op-ed Mr. Cohen got it right. It is the moral imperative of the United States to swiftly and effectively address… Read more »

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