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Photos of LaOnf Activists from Iraq and Activists from Around the U.S.

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Background and Goals for the Week of Nonviolence

October 10, 2008 The main purpose of LaOnf’s Third Week of Nonviolence will be a campaign to pave the way for Iraqi citizens to participate in the local elections in… Read more »

First Anniversary

“N” was a schoolteacher in Iraq, and was instrumental in setting up 121 Contact, a program in which American and Iraqi children exchanged emails, to give a face to those living in war as well as allowing the students the opportunity to see how their similarities far outweighed their differences. “N” is currently residing in the U.S., and reflects on her home country…

Refugees? What Refugees?

It is the moral imperative of the United States to swiftly and effectively address the Iraqi Refugee Crisis. Iraqis today constitute the largest group of asylum seekers in 32 industrialized countries surveyed by UNHCR.

LAONF 2008: A Project for Promoting Nonviolent Solutions in Iraq

A coalition of Iraqi civilian organizations is committed to strengthening and healing Iraqi civil society through non-violent action.

Silence of the Dead, Voices of the Living

May 11-14, 2006 at the National Mall in Washington, D.C. and across the United States

Cindy Sheehan Crawford Vigil

In August 2005, Peaceful Tomorrows members Talat Hamdani, Derrill Bodley, Laurette Simmons and Anthony Aversano joined Cindy Sheehan’s vigil in Crawford, Texas. At that time, Peaceful Tomorrows released this statement… Read more »

Eyes Wide Open

Eyes Wide Open, the American Friends Service Committee’s widely-acclaimed exhibition on the human cost of the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan, features a pair of empty boots honoring each U.S…. Read more »

Dover to DC March

On March 14-15, 2004 Peaceful Tomorrows’ Valerie Lucznikowska and Bob Mcilvaine participated in a march and vigil led by MFSO to call attention to dead and wounded in Iraq, with… Read more »

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