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Summary of Activities in 2019

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Why You Need To See “The Report”

“The Report” graphically portrays the extent to which the CIA crossed the lines of legality, morality, decency and honor.  It is fast paced, and initially so much information is presented to… Read more »

JULY 2017 PT Member Retreat Minutes

Participants: Robyn Bernstein Donati, Massachusetts Terry Greene, Massachusetts Dianne Hudder, Florida Colleen Kelly, New York Diqui LaPenta, California Valerie Lucznikowska, New York Ari Radcliffe-Greene, Massachusetts Terry Rockefeller, Massachusetts (by Skype… Read more »

For A Just, Inclusive and Nonviolent World

DECEMBER 2016 We look back on a year filled with newly forged partnerships; an intensified involvement in the pretrials at Guantánamo Bay Prison after we joined the NGO observer pool… Read more »

It’s Been 15 Years

Dear Friends: September 11th Families for Peaceful Tomorrows deeply appreciate your support throughout the years. We remember those days after September 11, 2001 when our country was shrouded in fear… Read more »

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 »

Advocating Nonviolence Not Revenge

NOVEMBER 2015 OUR WORK: PT member and Chair of PT’s Rule of Law Committee, Colleen Kelly visited Guantánamo for two weeks (Oct 19 – Oct 30) to observe the pre-trials… Read more »

Screening Guidelines for In Our Son’s Name/ En Nombre de Nuestro Hijo

  Here is how you access the film for FREE: Go to https://vimeo.com/319078905 and use the password: IOSN-CC During the COVID-19 pandemic, it will be possible to view In Our… Read more »

Preventing and Resolving Conflict Through Nonviolence

MAY 2015 OUR WORK: On April 29, PT members responded to a recent MTA Advertising Policy by saying: “When we forge bridges, live together in interfaith understanding, and nonviolently prevent… Read more »

Nelson Mandela

September Eleventh Families for Peaceful Tomorrows is saddened by the loss of Nelson Mandela. We will continue to be guided by his legacy which will live on in us and… Read more »

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