List/Grid Media Coverage

Below are recent news articles that feature Peaceful Tomorrows members and/or issues related to our work. It’s not a comprehensive list – if you see an article that mentions Peaceful Tomorrows or it’s members, we’d love to know about it—please send a message to info (-at-)

US pacifists in Cuba to protest Guantanamo prison

HAVANA, Jan 6 (Reuters) – Anti-war activist Cindy Sheehan defied a U.S. ban on travel to communist Cuba and flew to Havana on Saturday to join protesters demanding the closure… Read more »

On Guantanamo Prison Camp’s Fifth Birthday, New Pressure to Shut It Down

by Aaron Glantz An international delegation arrived in Cuba this week to call for the closure of the U.S. military prison at Guantanamo Bay. The protest is part of the… Read more »

Adele Welty at Guantanamo

January 7, 2007 GUANTANAMO, Cuba: Cindy Sheehan, whose soldier son was killed in Iraq, marched with other mothers and peace activists Thursday to the Cuban military zone around the U.S…. Read more »

Peace, Justice, and the Second Life Way

[Editor’s Note: When my father first set up shop in Second Life, I knew it was only a matter of time before he would find a way to get his… Read more »

Washington comes clean on secret prisons

Just days before the fifth anniversary of the 11 September attacks, United States President George W Bush admitted, for the first time, that the CIA has been operating secret prisons… Read more »

Empty boots signify war’s human costs

The cold rain fell Monday on 2,744 pairs of empty boots. Lined up at Civic Center like crosses at Normandy, each represents a life lost in the war in Iraq…. Read more »

Boots to be part of Iraq war exhibit

"Eyes Wide Open, " an exhibit on the human cost of the Iraq war, will be in Charlotte on Nov. 10-12 at Spirit Square.The exhibit features 62 pairs of boots… Read more »

The War Against the War on Terror

* Union of Concerned Scientists: This organization typically minimizes the threats posed by foreign rogue regimes, and challengesU.S. assertions about the intentions and military capacities of those governments. In 1998,… Read more »

Exhibit shows toll on Iraqi civilians

There were no photos of Marwa, Tabarak and Safia Abbas on the walls of the antiwar display, but the sisters’ story was there for all to read and remember: The… Read more »

Amy Goodman Scolds Corporate Media during Atlanta Speech


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