List/Grid Andrea Leblanc

A Letter to Dresden

Dear Matthias, September 11th Families for Peaceful Tomorrows is pleased to support the Interessengemeinschaft 13 Februar 1945 members’ request for the naming of a square or a street in the neighborhood of… Read more »

Peaceful Tomorrow’s Statement on the Death of Muammar El-Qaddafi

October 27, 2011 Following the burial of Libyan Dictator, Colonel Muammar El-Qaddafi, 9-11 Families for Peaceful Tomorrows is saddened by the murder of another human being following brutal torture.  To truly have… Read more »

It Doesn’t Bring My Husband Back

May 3, 2011 ‘It doesn’t bring my husband back’ 9/11 widow takes nonviolence to heart The Concord Monitor By Shira Schoenberg / Monitor staff In Washington and New York, where… Read more »

An Open Letter to the Hibakusha and All Japanese People

Peaceful Tomorrows is a member organization of the International Network for Peace — ed.   On this day we, the members of The International Network for Peace, honor the Hibakusha… Read more »

Stonewalk Korea

Apology for the Occupation of Korea and the Suffering of Military Sexual Slavery Survivors In spring 2007, Japanese peace and reconciliation activists commissioned a memorial stone with the inscription “Unknown… Read more »

PT International Conference in 2006

Los Angeles Events

2/1/06 PRESS ADVISORY: September 11th Families for Peaceful Tomorrows, nominated for the 2003 and 2004 Nobel Peace Prize, will commemorate its fourth anniversary with events in Los Angeles, February 12-… Read more »

Andrea LeBlanc International Conference in Tokyo

Andrea LeBlanc’s Speech at the International Conference in Tokyo July 29-31, 2005: I am very honored to have been invited to participate in this conference and to be among so… Read more »

Campaign to Stop H.R. 10

October 22nd, 2004 Peaceful Tomorrows joined calls to Stop H.R. 10, which added anti-immigrant legislation to the “9/11 Commission Recommendations Implementation Act.” Both houses of congress passed the “9/11 Commission… Read more »

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