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Promoting Peace

Peaceful Tomorrows has authored a new, free online resource that offers detailed guidance and links to resources for students and those working as advocates.  Focused on concrete steps that can… Read more »

28 Pages

New York, April 19, 2016 Twenty eight pages. That’s what we want. Families of those killed on September 11th want twenty eight pages made public from the 2002 report entitled… Read more »

Remembering Marla Ruzicka

On January 12, 2002 four strangers, brought together by the fact that each of them had lost a close relative on 9/11, arrived in Kabul, Afghanistan and were met at… Read more »

PT’s Letter to the Senate Select Committee on Intelligence

February 24, 2014 Dear Chair, Ranking Member, and Members of the Senate Select Committee on Intelligence: We are writing to ask all of you to vote in favor of releasing… Read more »

Why Invent A New Form Of Justice?

My nephew was murdered on 9/11 in the World Trade Center with almost 3000 others. Families like mine are still waiting for justice…13 years later. Guantanamo opened 12 years ago… Read more »

The Fifth Anniversary of President Obama’s Guantanamo Closure Order

by JOHN BELLINGER Today is the fifth anniversary of President Obama’s executive order directing the closure of Guantanamo within one year. I welcomed the President’s order at the time, but… Read more »

When Will We See Real Justice?

The release of a few long-exonerated prisoners from Guantanamo, prompted by a long-term prison hunger strike, has been hailed by many as a sign of its imminent closing. As a… Read more »

Guantanamo After Eleven Years

On September 11th 2001, my sister Laura was helping to run a seminar on information technology.  When the first plane hit the North Tower of the World Trade Center, Laura… Read more »

The Violence in Syria

Members of September 11th Families for Peaceful Tomorrows are anguished by the escalating violence in Syria and its devastating consequences for the people of Syria. We join our voices with… Read more »

Peaceful Tomorrows Statement on Activities of the Military Commission at Guantanamo

May 5, 2012 The United States owes the victims of September 11th and indeed the entire world a legal response to the outrageous criminal acts of 9/11 that is unassailable… Read more »

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