Muslim-Jewish-Christian Alliance for 9/11 Truth

"Thou Shalt Not Bear False Witness Against Thy Neighbor" (Exodus 16).  "So Then, Putting Away Falsehood, Let All of Us Speak the Truth to our Neighbors, for We Are All Members of One Another." (Ephesians 4:25), "They Try to Deceive Allah and Those Who Believe, But They Only Deceive Themselves, and Realize it Not." (Qur'aan 2:9)

"The Important Thing is, Not to Stop Questioning" – Albert Einstein

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Speakers Bureau



MUJCA Speaker’s Bureau: Host an Event!

Inquiries: kbarrett at

MUJCA has sponsored or co-sponsored events featuring a broad range of 9/11 truth and justice speakers including David Griffin, William Rodriguez, Webster Tarpley, Alex Jones, Bob Bowman,  Barrie Zwicker, Kevin Barrett, Steven Jones,  Ian Woods, James Fetzer, Kevin Ryan, Peter Phillips, Jim Oberg, Carol Brouillet, Morgan Reynolds, Debra Sweet, the makers of Loose Change (Dylan Avery, Jason Bermas and Korey Rowe), Faiz Khan, William Pepper, Mike Berger, Brian Bogart, Sander Hicks, Jim Marrs, and many others. We are currently in the process of contacting these people and others and hope to have a speakers list available soon. 

While we cannot guarantee the availability of any particular speaker, we will be happy to help put you in touch with potential speakers you are interested in hosting. (The more flexible you are about whom and when, the more likely it will work.) We can also offer some general advice about organizing events. 

Here are some tips: 

* Look into available venues first. If you have a limited budget (don’t we all) you may be able to get a free room for your event at a local college or university if a student group is willing to sponsor the event. Another possibility is your local public library. Many libraries offer free space to community groups and nonprofit organizations. MUJCA may be able to help get you a nonprofit sponsor. Churches and other houses of worship are another possibility, though they may shy away from a 9/11 truth event, or charge money for the use of their space. Finally, rented theaters and halls can be used for events that are expected to draw large crowds. 

* Get your financing in order. Along with the cost of the venue, audiovisual equipment and publicity, you will be expected to pay for the travel and lodging expenses of the speaker, plus an honorarium. Most 9/11 speakers ask for small honoraria in the $300 - $500 range. (A few refuse honoraria on principle, while some will occasionally reduce or waive their honoraria in special cases.)

You can get commitments from people in your area to put up the initial money, which can usually be recouped by “passing the hat” at the event. Also, you may be able to table and sell merchandise to offset expenses. (Many speakers assume you will do this, and ask that you help them sell their own merchandise as well—they keep the proceeds of their sales, while you keep yours.) Many events succeed in raising more money than they cost, in which case the local sponsoring organization keeps the surplus for future activities. 

* Publicity tips: 

Press releases

Send every media outlet in your area three rounds of press releases: One six to eight weeks before the event, one ten days before the event, and one the day before.

For information about writing press releases:

For a list of newspapers in your state:

For a list of “alternative” weeklies:

For a list of radio stations in your state:

For a list of television stations in your state: 

Radio publicity

Call local radio stations and ask them to feature your speaker on one or more local talk radio shows. Even if they refuse, you can still call in to talk radio and mention your event. Make sure the topic under discussion can be linked to 9/11 and your speaker. Many topics can be easily linked to 9/11: the Iraq and Afghanistan wars, civil liberties issues, elections featuring candidates who have or haven’t taken a stand on 9/11, and so on.  

Handouts – Flyers, DVDs, Remarkable Facts Cards,  Deception Dollars

You can make flyers advertising your event and hand them out. Or you can hand out DVDs, Remarkable Facts Cards, or Deception Dollars with inserts or stickers advertising your event. A cheap and easy way to transform these items into an ad for your event is to use return address labels, available in business supplies stores. Just put your event info (title, date, time, place, url) on the return address labels and stick them on the DVDs, Deception Dollars, or Remarkable Fact Cards.  Deception Dollars cost pennies apiece and can be inserted in the driver-door crack of parked automobiles. When the motorist returns, he or she is surprised to find “money” in their car door, then doubly-surprised, and amused, by the Deception Dollar with its sticker advertising your event. 

Freeway Blogging

Used bedsheets from the thrift store plus spraypaint work fine. For a more professional look try INSIDE JOB banners: alongside the bed sheet! Freeway blogging during the two rush hours on the day of your event provides lots of cheap publicity.


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