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Bush Re-Election Ads Controversy

9/11 Families & Firefighters Call on Bush Campaign To Withdraw Ads Using WTC Imagery Ask all parties to pledge not to use Sept. 11th images for political campaigns New York,… Read more »

1-2-1 Contact

With the help of a brave Iraqi high school teacher, Brooklyn educator Bruce Wallace opened correspondence between American students and their Iraqi counterparts in March, 2004 in an effort to… Read more »

UN Security Council Iraq Letter

March 6, 2003 September 11th Family Members ask UN Security Council to Reject Iraq War Open Letter Cites Civilian Rick and Success of Inspections as Reasons to Delay Action NEW… Read more »

NYC Rally led by Peaceful Tomorrows

Peaceful Tomorrows leads New York City rally as part of worldwide opposition to war in Iraq. Global protests include more than ten million people in more than 600 cities worldwide.

World Says No to War Rally

Adele Welty (right) is interviewed live by CNN‘s Maria Hinojosa On the February 15, 2003, during a global day of protest, “The World Says No to War,” Peaceful Tomorrows founding… Read more »

PT in Iraq in 2003 – Visit to a School

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PT in Iraq in 2003

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LaOnf: Nonviolence Newsletter – 12/2001 Issue

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