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Independent: “Too Hot for Broadway”

Play based on diaries of peace activist killed in Gaza is moved from New York to the West End By Anthony Barnes – from the Independent Rachel Corrie’s proud parents will walk into a West End theatre today, past their ...

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The Lobby and the Bulldozer: Mearsheimer, Walt and Corrie

Published on Thursday, April 13, 2006 by CommonDreams.org by Norman Solomon Weeks after a British magazine published a long article by two American professors titled “The Israel Lobby,” the outrage continued to howl through mainstream U.S. media. A Los Angeles ...

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Rachel Corrie Foundation Peaceworks Conference

Rachel Corrie Foundation for Peace and Justice Peace Works Conference Olympia, Washington, USA April 20th, In Lecture: Arun Gandhi, Grandson of Mahatma Gandhi April 21st, Putting Justice into Action: Exchanging Organizing Strategies and Addressing Issues of Identity and Oppression in ...

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Rachel Corrie is the new Anne Frank

1) Katharine Viner, co-editor of the play, “My Name is Rachel Corrie”, on the controversy over the postponement of her play. Link 2) Debate Between NY Theater Workshop and Katharine Viner. Transcript MP3 Download 3) Democracy Now, Rachel Corrie’s Parents ...

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The pen may prove mightier than the word

Friday, March 24, 2006 By MAKEBA SCOTT HUNTER HERALD NEWS Despite the cancellation of a theater production based on the writings of the late human-rights activist, some 1,200 people packed into Harlem’s Riverside Church Wednesday night for an alternate production ...

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A Sad Day: for Rachel Corrie

By Starhawk March 17, 2006 Yesterday was a sad day. The third anniversary of the death of Rachel Corrie, crushed by a bulldozer in Rafah, in the Gaza strip. All day the sky glowered, dark and oppressive, while from time ...

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Too Hot for New York

Originally printed in The Nation by Philip Weiss The slim book that was suddenly the most controversial work in the West in early March was not easy to find in the United States. Amazon said it wasn’t available till April. ...

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