This week, the media will converge on ground zero, ready to milk the anniversary of 9-11. While the Bush administration claims to be acting on behalf of all Americans hurt by the attacks, a small but steadfast group of relatives of those killed on 9-11 continues to oppose the wars of retaliation being fought in their name. In simple, moving prose, writer David Potorti, who lost a brother at the World Trade Center, tells how this group of 80 grieving strangers came together as Peaceful Tomorrows, bound by the conviction that the deaths of their loved ones should not be used to justify the killing of innocent civilians abroad. Taking their name from a speech by Martin Luther King Jr. ("Wars are a poor choice for carving out peaceful tomorrows"), the group spoke out at anti-war rallies and traveled to Afghanistan and Iraq to meet with families torn apart by... More >>>