NMD Awarded UUA "Wilton Peace Prize"

The Wilton Peace Prize is given annually by the Unitarian Universalist
Association (UUA)
to individuals or groups in recognition of their
contribution to "peace and human progress." Established by Henry and
Irene Wilton in 1984, the amount of the award is $1,500. Previous
recipients include the Vietnam Veterans of America, Rep. Cynthia
McKinney, and the World Council on Religion and Peace.

I am pleased to inform you that No More Deaths has been chosen as this
years recipient of the Wilton Peace Prize. The work of your
all-volunteer-led organization embodies the very spirit of being the
change one wishes to see in the world.

A check in the amount of $1,500.00 should be forthcoming in the next
three weeks from the UUA.

Thank you for your incredible work for human rights, and a better world
for all people.

With great admiration,

Dan Furmansky
Campaign Manager, Standing on the Side of Love
Unitarian Universalist Association of Congregations
www.standingonthesideoflove.org