Kelly is a founding member of September Eleventh Families for Peaceful Tomorrows, an organization for people who lost family members in the terrorist attacks on the United States in 2001.
What does SE stand for?
SE stands for September Eleventh
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September Eleventh Families, Religious Leaders, Civic Groups, Civil Rights and Civil Liberties Groups Announce Coalition to Support Religious Freedom - New York Neighbors for American Values Speaks Out in Support of Park51 NEW YORK, Aug.
Another group representing other relatives of 9/11 victims, the September Eleventh Families for Peaceful Tomorrows, said in May that it "strongly supports" the Islamic center.
CS: Have the events of September eleventh changed your views in any way?
During the days immediately before and after September 11, the ``No More Victims'' speaking tour organised by September Eleventh Families for Peaceful Tomorrows will place the human dimension and experience of the 9/11 attacks and of war at the centre of the international debate over the ``war on terrorism''.
The enemy who appeared on September eleventh seeks to avoid our strengths and constantly searches for our weaknesses so America is required once again to change the way our military thinks and fights.
It helps me make sense of the horrific things that have happened," says Kelly, a 40-year-old nurse practitioner and mother of three who is among the founders of September Eleventh Families for Peaceful Tomorrows, which advocates a nonviolent response to the tragedy that took the lives of their loved ones.
Writing in the The Christian Science Monitor, reviewer Jonathan Tepperman commented that the problem of commentators on terrorism in the wake of the September eleventh attacks has become, "there's too much to wade through (though opinions still tend to vary too little)" (Tepperman 2002).