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Diqui LaPenta 2014: 9/11 Anniversary

Rich Guadagno with one of his beloved dogs(US Fish and Wildlife Service) In the first of a series of interviews provided by 9/11 Families for Peaceful Tomorrows, a group of… Read more »

Terry Greene 2014: 9/11 Anniversary

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Terry lost her brother Don Freeman Greene on Flight 93. Don has since been hailed as a hero for attempting to wrest control of the plane of the hijackers in… Read more »

Move to Shutter Guantanamo Now

I had been hoping to hear from President Obama about the hunger strikes at Guantanamo Bay, which Friday reach their 100-day mark, and the barbaric forced feedings at the detention facility. So… Read more »

Guantanamo After Eleven Years

On September 11th 2001, my sister Laura was helping to run a seminar on information technology.  When the first plane hit the North Tower of the World Trade Center, Laura… Read more »

Peaceful Tomorrows Reflects on the 10th Anniversary of Attacks

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September 10, 2011 Peaceful Tomorrows Reflects on the 10th Anniversary of Attacks Press Release: Peace Movement Aotearoa – Scoop Independent News, New Zealand As the 10th anniversary of the attacks… Read more »

Humility, Compassion and Wisdom on September 11th

by David Potorti September 8th, 2011   With the approach of every anniversary of September 11th, those of us who lost family members benefit from expressions of remembrance and concern from… Read more »

9/11 widow: What I’ve learned

by Alissa Torres September 7th, 2011 http://www.salon.com/news/911/index.html?story=/mwt/feature/2011/09/08/911_widow_what_ive_learned   1. The best help can be the simplest gesture As I walked around the neighborhood in the days after 9/11, I was aware… Read more »

Italian Civil Society’s Peace-Building Mission to Kabul

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September 2, 2011 Italian Civil Society’s Peace-Building Mission to Kabul Peaceful Tomorrow’s member Paul Arpaia particpated in this event View at: http://unipd-centrodirittiumani.it/en/news/Italian-Civil-societys-peace-building-mission-to-Kabul/2158 Ten years after the attacks of 11th September… Read more »

“Losing Alicia: A Father’s Journey After 9/11″

August 29th, 2011 The book can be ordered through FriesenPress at www.friesenpress.com/bookstore. The title is “Losing Alicia: A Father’s Journey After 9/11″. Please tell your friends. It will be available… Read more »

Is This the Way We Protect Civilians?

by Colleen Kelly March 21st, 2011 September 11th Families was founded on the premise that civilian casualties are wrong; in all armed conflict, throughout all of history, regardless of attempts… Read more »

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