Embracing Compassion As A Way Forward

MARCH 2021

Our On Demand Webinars:

As we approach the 20th commemoration of 9/11 we offer these webinars to help you explore issues of peace, justice, reconciliation, trauma and the lessons we learned after being personally affected by 9/11.

SAVE THE DATE: March 19 at 12 noon EST: Join us for our newest webinar featuring Marilyn Turkovich, Director of the Charter for Compassion’s Global Team and Peaceful Tomorrow’s member and minister, Dianne Hudder in conversation. During the webinar COMPASSIONATE ACTIONS in a polarized environment we will explore how The Charter for Compassion’s work has affected global communities, laying the groundwork for a paradigm shift and leading to tangible improvements in violence prevention.

NEW! UNCOMMON BONDS: An Unlikely Friendship Between A 9/11 Family Member And A Detainee At Guantánamo
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Join a conversation between Peaceful Tomorrows member Elizabeth Miller and former Guantánamo detainee Mohamedou Ould Slahi. The pair discussed their experiences as a family member who lost her father on 9/11, and as a detainee whose arrest led to 14 years at Guantánamo Bay prison. Both share a path of nonviolent response to their anguish. Slahi’s experience is further documented in the newly released The Mauritanian.
Peaceful Tomorrows’ co-founder Colleen Kelly, who frequently travels to Guantánamo to monitor the pre-trial hearings, moderated the discussion.

FACING TRAUMA: The Intersection of Healing and Justice:
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CLICK HERE to view the Discussion Guide.

BUILDING BRIDGES For Peace In A Divided World:
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CLICK HERE to view the Discussion Guide.


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