Cynthia McKinney was a Democratic Congressperson, and later, a candidate for President of the United States as a member of the Green Party. Last week, Cynthia McKinney was part of a panel in Montreal, which discussed 9-11 and the political aftermath.
Thousands of people rallied today in lower Manhattan in defense of
the Muslim, Arab American and South Asian communities that have been
increasingly demonized in recent months.
The demonstration dwarfed the smaller right-wing, racist mobilization
that was organized in opposition to the planned construction of an
Islamic Community Center several blocks from the site of the former
World Trade Center in lower Manhattan.… Read more ...
On this September 11th the Modern Whig Party pauses to remember and honor all of those lost during the terrorist attacks. We honor and remember those they left behind, the family, friends and loved ones. We honor and remember all the men and women who have served our nation in the War on Terror, those who are still with us, and those who sacrificed their lives for our freedom.… Read more ...
On the ninth anniversary of September 11th, 2001, the Green Party of the United States and our state Green Parties reflect on the suffering caused on that day and continue to work to prevent further tragedies resulting from these events.
This message was part of an e-mail sent out from national Green Party headquarters today, September 11, 2009:
Seeking Peace on 9/11
Today members of the Green Party of the United States and our state Green Parties reflect on a number of personal tragedies resulting from the events of September 11, 2001, and continue to work to prevent further tragedies resulting from these events.… Read more ...
Numerous media outlets have contacted 911truth.org, asking us to “make sense” of Van Jones’ “strange” behavior. We have issued the following statement:
“As the eighth anniversary of 9/11 approaches, what doesn’t make sense to us is that media outlets choose to impugn the character of the signatories rather than carry out your responsibility as watchdogs to call attention to the as yet unanswered questions raised in the 2004 statement.