January 2013

We wish all our friends and supporters a Happy and Peaceful New Year!


PT signed on to a letter the ACLU has published condemning the discrimination which has ensued following 9/11.

Support the 2 Million Friends for Peace Campaign by clicking here.

PT member Phyllis Rodriguez will be attending the pre-trial motions in Guantanamo from January 28 to February 1, 2013.

Peaceful Tomorrows is an endorsing organization for the Jobs-Not-Wars Initiative. This is  a time-limited petition campaign to urge the president and congress to abandon austerity solutions to the deficit and instead to end the war, cut military spending, tax the super-rich, and redirect resources to restore and protect the social safety net, create jobs, deal with climate change and meet other urgent social needs. Click here for more information and to read and sign the petition.


Afghanistan: The Afghanistan Committee welcomes more members to become involved with work for Afghanistan in cooperation with our Afghan and international partners. Contact us here.

International Network for Peace (INP): The INP is now on facebook. Click here to view the latest news.

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The PT Steering Committee will meet next on January 24. Please contact the PT office at least two days before the meeting if you’d like to see certain issues discussed.

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