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From the Archives: Letter to President Bush on Afghan Victims, February 14, 2002

February 14th, 2002 Dear President Bush, As close family members of those who were killed on September 11, we know what it is like to lose loved ones at the… Read more »

Address by Phyllis Rodriguez to Naugatuck Valley Community College

On Wednesday, May 2, 2007, I had the privilege of speaking at Naugatuck Valley Community College to forty students and members of the community on how we can work together… Read more »

Letting Their Walking Do the Talking

Nancy Meyer with the March for Peace Walkers. click the photo for a larger version. Last Saturday I joined these three incredible Americans on part of their trek.  Seven miles… Read more »

What Do We Choose?

What Do We Choose? by Anthony Aversano Family and Friends of Homicide Victi­ms (FFHV), presented a panel talk on the death penalty at St. Thomas the Apostle Church in Delmar,… Read more »

Hiroshima and Nagasaki: Horrors Then Hope

62 years ago today August 6, 1945 the atomic bomb exploded over Hiroshima, and then 2 days later over Nagasaki, killing hundreds of thousands in one bright flash, and many… Read more »

Letter to Governor Spitzer on implementing the Real ID act in New York state

Dear Governor Spitzer, September 11th Families for Peaceful Tomorrows supports the human rights and dignity of all human beings. Indeed, it was the stereotyping of our loved ones that forever… Read more »

September 11th Families for Peaceful Tomorrows 9/11/06 Statement

Click here for mission statement of the new international network! On September 11th, 2001, members of our families became civilian casualties of terrorism. And while we grieved their loss, we… Read more »

Peaceful Tomorrows Member Barry Amundson Attends the World Conference Against A & H Bombs in Japan

by Barry Amundson August 2nd, 2006 Speech for Youth Rally Thank you for giving me the opportunity to speak at such a wonderful gathering. On this occasion when there is so… Read more »

What I Have Learned Since September 11th, 2001

This reflection was offered on September 10th 2004 at Fordham University, Rose Hill Campus, at the service commemorating Fordham alumni victims of the September 11th, 2001 bombings. One year ago,… Read more »

A Message of Solidarity from Hiroshima

September 10, 2005 To: The September 11th Families for the Peaceful TomorrowsFrom: Hiroshima Alliance for Nuclear Weapons Abolition (HANWA) Dear friends, As the fifth anniversary of the 9/11 tragic event… Read more »

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