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PT Statement at the World March for Peace

Terry Greene and Anne Mulderry represented PT at the World March for Peace ceremony at Ground Zero on Nov. 30. My name is Anne Mulderry, I’m a member of September… Read more »

9/11 Families and the Military Commission Trials

We do not honor our loved ones memories by perpetuating injustice. by John Leinung June 4th, 2008 When the high-value prisoners at Guantanamo Bay are formally charged this week with… Read more »

The Place for Justice

by Barbara Fyfe & Jim Fyfe November 25th, 2009 This article first appeared as an Op Ed in the News and Observer of Raleigh, NC DURHAM — After several years… Read more »

On Anniversary Of Bombing Afghanistan, We Need A Surge In Diplomacy

by Kelly Campbell October 7th, 2008 ­ ­This essay originally appeared in the Huffington Post on Oct. 7, 2008. Seven years ago today we held a memorial service for my… Read more »

True Justice and the Rule of Law

by Colleen Kelly June 26th, 2009 True justice is all about the rule of law. The United States has not, nor should we become, a nation that makes up the… Read more »

Close Guantanamo in the First 100 Days

Witness Against Torture Rally .. I really don’t want to be here: I’m here because my nephew was killed along with thousands of others in the World Trade Center where he worked on 9/11, 2001.

Three Peaceful Tomorrows Members Deliver Speeches Supporting Closing Guantanamo

January 20th, 2009 Peaceful Tomorrows members spoke out recently at rallies in Washington D.C., New York, and Boston, explaining why the Guantanamo Detentions and the Military Tribunals are incompatible with… Read more »

Global Peace Day

by John Titus Throughout my life, I’ve always been in awe of the mystery of life’s journey. I relate to the Lakota concept of God (Wankan Tanka) or Great Mystery…. Read more »

Papers Please: What the Real ID Act Means for American Values

Speech delivered by Valerie Lucznikowska at press conference of Ethical Culture Society of NY Alliance Against the Real ID Act NYCLU 2 W. 64th Street at CPW

Whoever Says

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

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