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MARCH 2017

For the third time, September 11th Families for Peaceful Tomorrows, was nominated for the Nobel Peace Prize.

PTers received extensive media coverage when they reacted to President Trump’s Executive Orders banning immigrants from coming to the U.S. Our opinions were publicized by Huffington Post, on Fox News, by REUTERS, Policy Mic and Pioneer Press/Radio as well as on NPR.

Additionally, PT members, Talat Hamdani and Anne Mulderry, attended the rally in Battery Park on February 16. CLICK HERE to view the media coverage received.

PT members, Anne Mulderry and Talat Hamdani, demonstrate in Battery Park against Islamophobia and the Travel Ban.

 

IN OUR SON’S NAME:

The film is now available with Spanish subtitles. CLICK HERE for details on how to order a copy. Please e-mail inoursonsname@att.net with any additional questions you might have about the new version of IOSN: En Nombre de Nuestro Hijo.

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Strong Membership:
Throughout 2017 we are scheduling Community Connection Calls to strengthen our membership by connecting PTers nationwide and worldwide. Calls are planned for April, June, August, October and December 2017. For further information about the calls please reply to this newsletter.

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MARCH 8
is International Women’s Day!!

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