List/Grid Rule of Law: Guantanamo and Civil Liberties

September 11th Families for Peaceful Tomorrows Rule of Law campaign mobilizes and amplifies the voices of 9/11 family members who support closing the prison at Guantanamo Bay, restoring the rule of law, and ending indefinite detention and other violations of human rights that have become an enduring legacy of the U.S. “War on Terror.” Our goal for this initiative has been to strengthen the reasonable voices of 9/11 family members who support the rule of law in all aspects of dealing with the perpetrators and accused perpetrators of the 9/11 attacks. This includes the decision to conduct federal versus military trials, to close Guantanamo, to end indefinite detention, to end the military commissions, and related issues.

Peaceful Tomorrows has lobbied around legislation affecting immigrants as a result of 9/11, rejecting the stereotyping and scapegoating that sometimes accompanied otherwise positive and meaningful reform efforts.

See more about Guantanamo Bay in our new campaign section.

September 11, 2019

Dear Friends and Supporters, As the year draws to a close, we, as members of September 11th Families for Peaceful Tomorrows, write to express gratitude for your ongoing support. Peaceful… Read more »

We Co-signed A Letter About Lethal Strikes And Civilian Casualties

August 19, 2019 Chairman James M. Inhofe Senate Committee on Armed Services 205 Russell Senate Office Building Washington, DC 20510 Ranking Member Jack Reed Senate Committee on Armed Services 728… Read more »

A Bomb Remembrance Day

Dear Friends, Loving thoughts of our Japanese brothers and sisters are in our hearts during this commemoration of the atomic bomb attacks on Hiroshima and Nagasaki.  We do not forget the… Read more »

Chabad of Poway Synagogue Attack

September Eleventh Families for Peaceful Tomorrows stands in solidarity with the community, family and friends affected by the shooting at the Chabad of Poway Synagogue on Saturday, April 28, 2019…. Read more »

From Our Hearts To Yours, We Stand Together

September 11th Families for Peaceful Tomorrows stands in support of all those affected by the senseless and traumatic attacks on mosques in New Zealand today. We strongly condemn all forms… Read more »

“We Are One: Reunifying A Country Divided” – An Event Summary

We started our conversation with a panel of NYC activists. As the moderator, Sarah Sayeed introduced and later on challenged our panelists with questions about their continuing work. She thanked… Read more »

Reports from Guantanamo January 2019

Colleen Kelly’s latest trip to Guantanamo Bay Prison last month was recorded on three videos to include the general public in the workings and shortcomings of the pretrial hearings.  … Read more »

Jessica and Leila Murphy Speak at January 11, 2019 DC Rally To Close Guantanamo

J: Good afternoon, and thank you all for your presence here today. My name is Jessica Murphy, (and my name is Leila Murphy). On September 11, 2001, our father, Brian… Read more »

9/11/2018: Valerie Lucznikowska Marks the Anniversary

Valerie Lucznikowska’s Speech at Friends’ Meeting House in NYC on September 11, 2018 Saturday I attended the funeral of an acquaintance’s 31-year-old son who had died suddenly last week in… Read more »

Seventeen Years Later

Dear Friends in Peace: We face another September 11th without our loved ones. The time widens. In it there is healing; yet the rift also widens as more days, more… Read more »

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