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A poem by Siena Faughnan,daughter of Chris Faughnan (WTC Tower 1).

To the Bereaved People of the Virginia Tech Tragedy

To the Bereaved People of the Virginia Tech Tragedy: The members of September 11th Families for Peaceful Tomorrows send you our love in this hour of your terrible loss. We… Read more »

Speech at Westchester Hispanic Coalition Press Conference

Mohopac Library, Mahopac, New York

Peaceful Tomorrows Statement on the 7th Anniversary of 9/11.

On Thursday, September 11, 2008, the first bell will ring at 8:46 am.  Bells will ring at the World Trade Center, at the Pentagon, in a field in Pennsylvania. There… Read more »

Adele Welty’s Statement on Guantánamo

by Adele Welty January 9th, 2007 Guantanamo Document – January 2007 On September 11th, 2001, my son, Firefighter Timothy Welty, was lost in the line of duty at the World… Read more »

Empathy and Compassion: the Ultimate Issues

Empathy and Compassion: the Ultimate Issues Thank you for inviting me to come to speak with you today.  You know a bit about me already, but I know next to… Read more »

Shaping the Legacy of 9/11

Thank you for this great privilege, inviting me to offer closing thoughts as part of this sixth anniversary 9/11 commemoration and for granting me the honor of sharing in this… Read more »

Travelogue/thoughts on a trip to Virginia Tech

Below are some thoughts about a trip made to Virginia Tech the weekend of April 20th, with a good friend, Miriam. We went to visit another friend, Marian, who is… Read more »

NY Drivers License Policy Statement

by Talat Hamdani This is text of Talat Hamdani’s statement at the recent press conference in Albany, NY on drivers license policy in NY State: [Editor’s note: since the date… Read more »

Michael Berg’s speech, given Sunday April 17, 2005, at St. Paul’s Cathedral in Oklahoma City

Michael Berg is the father of Nick Berg, one of the first American civilians to be abducted and beheaded by insurgents in Iraq. Following is a transcript of a speech… Read more »

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