PT Statement at the World March for Peace

Terry Greene and Anne Mulderry represented PT at the World March for Peace ceremony at Ground Zero on Nov. 30.

My name is Anne Mulderry, I’m a member of September 11th Families for Peaceful Tomorrows.  Peaceful Tomorrows believes, as Rev Martin Luther King Junior posed, that "Wars are poor chisels for carving out peaceful tomorrows." Peaceful Tomorrows is here today as a member of the International Network for Peace which it helped to form as a global network of organizations comprised of people who lost loved ones to, or were directly affected by, war, nuclear weapons, terrorism, genocide, organized crime, and political violence. We work together to break the cycles of violence and revenge, and are committed to honoring the memories of the victims and to the dignity of the survivors. Our task is to turn our grief and loss into action for peace.

We stand at a site where, in an incendiary blaze, our loved ones suffered and died at the hands of other human beings.  It is a site where destruction reigned, demonstrating the worst of humanity

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