Kelly Campbell lost her brother-in-law, Craig Amundson, at the Pentagon on September 11. He was 28 and father of two children.
Campbell addressed an enthusiastic crowd attending the "Our Grief Is Not A Cry For War" rally in downtown San Francisco. Emotional, but with incredible power, her message was clear: politicians have hijacked the memorial of September 11, but each and every American can see the truth that justice, not war, is what America should stand for.
The voices of family members that lost loved ones on 9-11 need to be heard. Take the time to listen to her speech. The attached MP3 file is only about six minutes long. Downloading it is worth your time. GlobalExchange.org co-founder Medea Benjamin introduces her.
Campbell is a member of Peaceful Tomorrows (http://www.peacefultomorrows.org ). Visit the site for more information.