Advocating For Peace Through Our Stories

SEPTEMBER 2020

September 8: Join us for this year’s 19th commemoration of 9/11 at our virtual Round Table Discussion at 2pm EST:
Facing Trauma: The Intersection Between Healing and Justice.
Our panelists are (see below from left to right) Marina Cantacuzino of The Forgiveness Project, Father Michael Lapsley of the Institute for Healing of Memories – North America and PT members Andrea LeBlanc as well as Iryna Muha. CLICK HERE to get all the details.

 

September 11: We support the annual Multifaith Peace Picnic organized by Samina Sundas of the Muslim American Voice. PT member Nancy Meyer will participate in the event this year. Join the picnic at 5:30pm PST by CLICKING HERE.

September 20: Good Troublemakers Needed!
REGISTER HERE for the annual Al Filipov Peace & Justice Forum event honoring the work of Rev. June R. Cooper for her lifelong work for social justice. Through her work, June embodies the mission of the Al Filipov Peace & Justice Forum and values the promise of what can be achieved by mobilizing people of goodwill to overcome injustice.

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September 21 is International Day of Peace: Celebrate the power of peaceful protest by watching the film “We Are Many” at a virtual cinema. Join us and attend the film’s North America Live Streaming Premiere on 9/21 at 8pmEST. We are proud to announce that PT member and Guantánamo Committee Chair, Colleen Kelly will be featured in the film. CLICK HERE to buy a ticket and support our ongoing work. Thank you!

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