List/Grid Member Projects

Although we all met as a result ­of the same tragedy, every member of Peaceful Tomorrows brings unique talents and perspectives to their work inside and outside of our group. We’d like you to know about some of the good things being done by our membership in their own communities. Please click on the members’ names for more details on their work.

In Support Of The Iraqi Civil Society Solidarity Initiative

Hello, I am Terry Rockefeller from September 11th Families for Peaceful Tomorrows. When Peaceful Tomorrows organized in late 2001, we did so because we never wanted another family to live… Read more »

9/11 Responders Fund

Thousands of 9/11 responders are being diagnosed with cancers, leukemia, and respiratory diseases.

Stonewalk Korea

Apology for the Occupation of Korea and the Suffering of Military Sexual Slavery Survivors In spring 2007, Japanese peace and reconciliation activists commissioned a memorial stone with the inscription “Unknown… Read more »

THE F WORD: Images of Forgiveness An exhibition of words and photographs

In the NH seacoast area
April 1

Bringing Baghdad and Brooklyn Youth Together: One Email at a Time

On September 11, 2001, my nephew, Mitch Wallace, was murdered by terrorists in the World Trade Center. I chose to respond to this loss by working for more peaceful tomorrows…. Read more »

Wright Salisbury – Alliance for Jewish-Christian-Muslim Understanding

December 5th, 2005 After losing his son-in-law, Ted Hennessy, at the World Trade Center, Wright became a founding board member of the Center for Jewish-Christian-Muslim Understanding in Irvington, NY …. Read more »

Jack Hallock – reports on visit to Palestine, 7-16 June 2005

Jack is a member of Peaceful Tomorrows living in the Philadelphia area.

Colleen Kelly – The Ita Ford-Bill Kelly Jr. Health Team

Colleen is a member of Peaceful Tomorrows living in the Bronx area.


Bruce Wallace, a member of Peaceful Tomorrows and a high school teacher, had an extraordinary idea: opening correspondence between American students and their Iraqi counterparts in an effort to give… 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 »

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