Peaceful Tomorrows’ Activities for September 11th, 2005

In addition to commemorating our loved ones’ deaths with our
families across the country, members of September 11th Families for
Peaceful Tomorrows also will gather in the Washington, DC area for
events on and around the fourth anniversary. We invite you to join us
and to keep visiting our website for further information about our
activities.

Department of Peace Conference
Washington, DC
September 10, 11,12, 2005

Join
with hundreds of citizens from across the country to develop a
comprehensive understanding of the Department of Peace legislation,
which is being re-introduced in honor of 9/11 families. Discover and
practice effective lobbying strategies. Visit Capitol Hill and walk the
halls of Congress to meet your representatives. Form a new political
constituency with the power to make an historic impact!

Peaceful
Tomorrows’ John Titus will speak at a nondenominational service on
Sunday, September 11th. John also will speak at a Congressional
briefing at the Capitol on the afternoon September 14. In addition,
members of Peaceful Tomorrows will join conference attendees in
lobbying members of Congress in support of the Department of Peace.

Pre-registration and fee are required. Please visit the Department of Peace website to learn more.

 DOP Saturday, September 10 (L’Enfant Plaza Hotel)

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