List/Grid Voices of Peaceful Tomorrows

This is My Son’s America, Too

by Talat Hamdani March 4th, 2011 Editor: This piece originally appeared on CNN’s website. Click here to view it there. I was appalled when I learned that House Homeland Security… Read more »

Who are we?

by Valerie Lucznikowska January 11th, 2011 The following speech was delivered in front of the White House in Washington, DC, on the 9th anniversary of the first prisoners’ arrival in… Read more »

The Biggest Hero by J.W., age 9

My dad is my hero.  His name is [T.W.].   He was a New York City Firefighter in Squad 288 in Queens, New York.  He died in the 9ll tragedy. He… Read more »

Are American Muslims being Radicalized, Representative King?

by Talat Hamdani December 23rd, 2010 “What’s Radicalizing American Muslims?”asks Peter King, (Newsday – December 19, 2010). Mr. King, the U.S. Representative for New York’s 3rd Congressional district, who will… Read more »

Peaceful Tomorrows Members Speak Out on Park51/Cordoba House/Ground Zero “Mosque”

September 9th, 2010 The Sensitivities of 9/11 Families by Donna Marsh O’Connor The Huffington Post “On Wednesday, the 25th of August I spoke at a press conference organized by… Read more »

9-11 Family Members speak to the media about the Islamic Cultural Center

The Huffington Post September 9, 2010 The Sensitivities of 9/11 Families by Donna Marsh O’Connor “…Ground Zero. Ground Zero. Ground Zero. No matter how many times I say it,… Read more »

Statement by PT Member to the NYC Landmarks Preservation Commission on proposed Burlington Coat Factory Building Landmarking Status.

STATEMENT to the NYC Landmarks Preservation Commission in re 45-47 Park Place proposed landmarking status. July 13, 2010 by Valerie Lucznikowska, Member, September 11th Families for Peaceful Tomorrows. Thank you… Read more »


As we mark another anniversary of the tragic events that took our loved ones lives, the members of September 11th Families for Peaceful Tomorrows share our hopes for peace.

Hiroshima, Nagasaki, 9/11, and America’s failure in Iraq and Afghanistan

by Bruce Wallace, , 121Contact We attended the Wisdom of the Survivor conference today at Pace University in New York City. It was a shared activity. Over 100 Hibakusha  (survivors… Read more »

April 17, 2010 Ceremony Honoring First Responders, Groton, MA

9/11 First responders are honored as they deliver their letters to the students in a Groton school, to be added to the student’s Pages for Peace project ( Co-sponsored by… Read more »

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