- 1. To promote dialogue on alternatives to war, while educating and raising the consciousness of the public on issues of war, peace, and the underlying causes of terrorism.
- 2. To support and offer fellowship to others seeking non-violent responses to all forms of terrorism, both individual and institutional.
- 3. To call attention to threats to civil liberties, human rights, and other freedoms in the U.S. as a consequence of war.
- 4. To acknowledge our fellowship with all people affected by violence and war, recognizing that the resulting deaths are overwhelmingly civilian.
- 5. To encourage a multilateral, collaborative effort to bring those responsible for the September 11, 2001 attacks to justice in accordance with the principles of international law.
- 6. To promote U.S. foreign policy that places a priority on internationally-recognized principles of human rights, democracy and self-rule.
- 7. To demand ongoing investigations into the events leading up to the September 11, 2001 attacks that took the lives of our loved ones, including exhaustive examinations of U.S. foreign policies and national security failures.