9.11.02 176 Peace Events in Seven Countries

actor ed asner, amy goodman, andrew rice, axcess productions, better world, black radical congress, break bread, brooklyn bridges, buddhist peace fellowship, buddhist peace service led, california peace action, catholic worker, center, church, coalition, colleen kelly, columbia media project, columbia university, concerned citizens, concert performers, constitutional rights, contact global exchange, creating our future, david potorti, debbie almontaser, economic justice, eleventh families, ella baker center, event powered by art, events, families, father daniel berrigan, gabriella network, george regas, global exchange, guru singh, holly near, iman network, interfaith communities united, jewish voice, justice, kathy kelly, kelly, lets roll, luong ung, macarthur park, manning marable, maria elena durazo, market street, masuda sultan, medea benjamin, michael, michael franti, michael moore, michael ratner, middle collegiate church, muhammad ali, muslim american society, national coalition, new soul singers, new york city, nipponzan myohoji, ocean avenue, our grief is not, our name, pacifica radio, palisades park, pat humphries, pax christi, peace, peace action, peace events, peace gathering, peaceful, peaceful tomorrows, peaceful tomorrows new york, peoples non, progressive jewish alliance, racial justice, ram dass, ramona ripston interfaith testimony, reverend billy, robert scheer, san francisco, sandy opatow, santa monica, september, september 11, seven countries  here, southern california, speak out, steven rhode, sunday september, talat hamdani, tomorrows, tuesday september, vanguard public foundation, vigil, violence, violent response coalition, war, war resisters league, war times, washington square park, washington square united methodist church, western states legal foundation, womens international league, world, world peace, world trade center

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