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Research endeavors we seek to fund include: PhD dissertations, conferences, and educational outreach.  Funding is essential as many traditional endowments  shy away from the subject-matter we are trying to broach.  If you, or an organization you represent, are interested in funding this important research with a tax-deductible donation, please contribute by clicking the link below.  All donations are welcome and appreciated!
The Working Group is composed of academics and independent researchers who interrogate the ongoing 9/11 global “War on Terror” and some of its most fundamental premises.  
For years, many of the Working Group’s associated researchers have led the scholarly effort to challenge prevailing official explanations used to justify the West’s expanding global ‘war on terror’  and the ongoing domestic repeal of civil liberties within states that purport liberal-democratic governance.  
Because academics who challenge prevailing official explanations for the 9/11 global “War on Terror” face institutional impediments separate from the relevance and quality of their scholarly work, progress to broach this important research within the academy has been slowed.  The Working Group created this 501(c)(3) nonprofit corporation (filed and pending approval) to help our associated researchers, and other interested scholars, overcome institutional and social challenges that have constrained academic research on this issue.
The Working Group seeks to include additional academics and independent scholars who are interested in advancing research that incorporates all relevant evidence in the analysis of propaganda related to the 9/11 global “War on Terror.”
If you think your research interests might align, please contact the Working Group with information about your academic background and scholarly aspirations.  Potential opportunities exist to fund research initiatives.

Image References (in counterclockwise order, starting from top left)
1White House photo by Eric Draper, President George W. Bush addresses the nation from the Oval Office the evening of Sept. 11, 2001, marked as public domain, more details on Wikimedia Commons QS:P170,Q2073333, Barack Obama addresses people of United States from Afghanistan 2012, marked as public domain, more details on Wikimedia Commons
2Series: Vice Presidential Photographs, 1/20/2001 – 1/20/2009 Collection: Vice Presidential Records of the Photography Office (George W. Bush Administration), 1/20/2001 – 1/20/2009, Vice President Dick Cheney Talks with Senior Staff in the Presidential Emergency Operations Center, marked as public domain, more details on Wikimedia Commons
3U.S. Government copyright, Abu Ghraib 17a, marked as public domain, more details on Wikimedia Commons
4Unknown U.S. military or Department of Defense employee, SaddamStatue, marked as public domain, more details on Wikimedia Commons
5anonymous, USMC-05958, marked as public domain, more details on Wikimedia Commons
6U.S. Government copyright, Abu Ghraib 56, marked as public domain, more details on Wikimedia Commons
7anonymous, USMC-00772, marked as public domain, more details on Wikimedia Commons
8United States Government, Colin Powell anthrax vial. 5 Feb 2003 at the UN, marked as public domain, more details on Wikimedia Commons
9“Iraqi Yazidi refugees in Newroz camp receive help from International Rescue Committee” by DFID – UK Department for International Development is licensed under CC BY 2.0
10“www.Army.mil” by The U.S. Army is licensed under CC BY 2.0
11Image on Contact page: Chester Higgins, Jr. creator QS:P170,Q5093594 (NARA record: 1390431), TWIN TOWERS OF THE WORLD TRADE BUILDINGS DOMINATE THIS VIEW OF THE MANHATTAN SKYLINE – NARA – 548328, marked as public domain, more details on Wikimedia Commons