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20 Years Later: A Peace and Justice Film Festival

  20 Years Later is a virtual film festival commemorating the 20th anniversary of September 11, centering on the theme of peace and justice. Featuring films across 20 years, including… Read more »

Toward a New Approach to National and Human Security: Close Guantanamo and End Indefinite Detention

Colleen Kelly is a co-founder of September 11th Families for Peaceful Tomorrows, and currently serves as the chair of its Rule of Law Committee.

Afghanistan Primer (2008)

Afghanistan: Ending a Failed Military Strategy – A Primer for Peace Activists – We present this as a resource to our colleagues in the US peace community. We hope this… Read more »

Afghanistan: Ending a Failed Military Strategy – Briefing Paper (2008)

A Briefing Paper by September 11th Families for Peaceful Tomorrows – Following the tragic events of September 11, 2001, many in the US initially supported the war in Afghanistan because… Read more »

Afghan Portraits of Grief (2002)

The Civilian/Innocent Victims of U.S. Bombing in Afghanistan When the U.S bombed the caves of Tora Bora in search of Osama bin Laden in December 2001, nearby villages were struck… Read more »

We Are Pushing Biden to Close Guantanamo

Obama said he’d close Guantánamo — these activists are pushing Biden to finish the job What should have been an end to the Guantánamo saga in 2012, was only the… Read more »

The Torture Report: Reflections by Colleen Kelly

Torture was never okay The first time I saw Khalid Sheik Mohammed I was at Guantanamo Bay Naval Base. Mohammed — the alleged mastermind of 9/11 — was behind triple-paned… Read more »

Toward A Peace Process For Afghanistan

New York, December 5, 2019 Let us have a beginning to a real peace process in Afghanistan.  For this to be possible, it is necessary that negotiations be resolutely widened… Read more »

The Torture Report: Reflections by Nancy Meyer

The Torture Report by Nancy Meyer The Report is a captivating movie. Nothing in it – from the government-sponsored cruelty experienced by captives depicted in the torture scenes to the… Read more »

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