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United We Move Forward

SEPTEMBER 2017 As September 11th comes again, it brings the chance to examine afresh the state of our world and our nation. It is also a time to examine our… Read more »

@PeacefulTomorro

AUGUST 2017 We support this global movement to end all wars! At the 2017 Member Retreat: Terry Greene (left) and Valerie Lucznikowska enjoy a drink by the fire after a… Read more »

#bethechange

JUNE 2017 OUR WORK: On May 8, PT submitted their testimony to the MA legislature against use of state police to enforce deportation of undocumented immigrants – H.3033 (An Act… Read more »

#NoBanNoWallNoRaids

MAY 2017 OUR WORK: The Forgiveness Project: On April 19, PT members, Andrea LeBlanc and Loretta Filipov, led a discussion about Forgiveness at the Wentworth-Douglass Hospital in Dover, NH. The… Read more »

#NoBanNoWall

APRIL 2017 OUR WORK: On March 5, PT member Colleen Kelly, with Theresa McGovern and John Sigmund on either sides, marched in the “St. Pat’s For All” parade in Queens,… Read more »

We Welcome Immigrants

MARCH 2017 For the third time, September 11th Families for Peaceful Tomorrows, was nominated for the Nobel Peace Prize. PTers received extensive media coverage when they reacted to President Trump’s… Read more »

We Care For Refugees

FEBRUARY 2017 It is with an aching, heavy heart that we announce the passing of Rita Lasar on January 8, 2017, at home, surrounded by her beloved family. As many… Read more »

For A Just, Inclusive and Nonviolent World

DECEMBER 2016 We look back on a year filled with newly forged partnerships; an intensified involvement in the pretrials at Guantánamo Bay Prison after we joined the NGO observer pool… Read more »

Staying Committed To A Compassionate Future

NOVEMBER 2016 State of the Nation – Moving Forward: “Darkness cannot drive out darkness; only light can do that. Hate cannot drive out hate; only love can do that.” Dr…. Read more »

Come Together!

OCTOBER 2016 PT MEMBERS MEET AMNESTY INTERNATIONAL Amnesty International USA met in Washington, DC and two of our members, Julia Rodriguez and Terry Rockefeller, attended to give presentations. CLICK HERE… Read more »

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