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Throughout the coming year, September 11th Families for Peaceful Tomorrows will shine a light on the work of others around the world who have been similarly affected by terrorism, political violence and war, and have also chosen to work for peace and nonviolence. These individuals, in Japan, South Africa, Rwanda, Northern Ireland, Israel, Palestine, Afghanistan, Iraq, and elsewhere have inspired us and taught us valuable lessons. We believe that our collaborations will continue to be a significant force promoting alternatives to violence and war, and supporting lawful and reasoned responses to terrorism.

The Peace Alliance

Founded in 2004, the Peace Alliance empowers civic engagement toward a culture of peace. It is made up of organizers and advocates throughout the United States taking the work of… Read more »

United for Peace and Justice

United for Peace and Justice grew out of a Washington, D.C. meeting of more than 70 peace and justice organizations from across the United States, including September 11th Families for… Read more »

Veterans for Peace

Veterans for Peace, a national organization founded in 1985, includes men and women veterans of all eras and duty stations spanning the Spanish Civil War (1936-39), World War II, the… Read more »

Villa Grimaldi Park for Peace Corporation

In September 1973, a violent coup d’état ended President Salvador Allende’s government and established a right-wing state in Chile. Democratic institutions across the nation were closed and replaced by a… Read more »

Voices for Creative Nonviolence

Founded in 2005, Voices for Creative Nonviolence grew out of Voices in the Wilderness, a campaign running from 1996-2003 to end the UN/US sanctions against the Iraqi. Voices in the… Read more »

War Resister’s League

The War Resisters League has been resisting war at home and abroad since 1923. Today, as one of the leading radical voices in the antiwar movement, it challenges military recruitment… Read more »

Women for Women

Women for Women International provides women survivors of war, civil strife and other conflicts with the tools and resources to move from crisis and poverty to stability and self-sufficiency, thereby… Read more »

Women’s Action for New Directions (WAND)

Originally founded by Dr. Helen Caldicott in 1982 as Women’s Action for Nuclear Disarmament, the group changed its name after the end of the cold war to Women’s Action for… Read more »

Peaceful Tomorrows receives no money from 9/11 charities or disbursements. We depend entirely on individual and foundation grants to continue our work. More...

Editorial Policy: This website contains information related to the mission and goals of Peaceful Tomorrows and is intended for educational, non-commercial use. We highlight the projects undertaken by our organization, print essays and speeches made by 9/11 family members of our group, and post photo galleries which reflect the activities of our members around the world.

September Eleventh Families for Peaceful Tomorrows is a project of Tides Center.

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