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Civilian Casualties

Back from Afghanistan: Amy Goodman

Democracy Now’s Amy Goodman introduces members of the January, 2002 delegation to Afghanistan: September 11th Families for Peaceful Tomorrows’ members Kelly Campbell and Rita Lasar

Afghanistan: Ending a Failed Military Strategy Report

On Wednesday, December 17, 2008 members of a number of organizations opposed to the military strategy in Afghanistan met in the offices of Senators John Kerry and Edward Kennedy to… Read more »

La’Onf Week of Nonviolence

Peaceful Tomorrows is honored to be working with a broad coalition of peace and nonviolence groups to make the activities of the members of La’Onf more widely known throughout the US. We are trying hard to obtain up-to-date information about events in Iraq as quickly as possible. But there have been some interesting challenges.

International Network for Peace Website

http://www.internationalnetworkforpeace.org/ In May 2008, the International Network for Peace launched its website, announcing, “We are a global network of organizations comprised of people who lost loved ones to, or were… 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 »

Adele Welty at Guantanamo

January 7, 2007 GUANTANAMO, Cuba: Cindy Sheehan, whose soldier son was killed in Iraq, marched with other mothers and peace activists Thursday to the Cuban military zone around the U.S…. Read more »

International Conference

Civilian Casualties, Civilian Solutions 9/11 Families Join Terror Victims from Around the World to Create an International Network for Action and Policy Change NEW YORK – August 15 – Thirty… Read more »

Silence of the Dead, Voices of the Living

May 11-14, 2006 at the National Mall in Washington, D.C. and across the United States

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 »

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