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Spreading Rachel’s words

Because we feel Rachel Corrie’s story and message are so important, we have created “Rachel Corrie Cards” for people to distribute in their communities. We’re asking a small donation toward the printing costs, but will ship the cards to anyone ...

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A Message Crushed Again

From the Los Angeles Times By Katharine Viner March 1, 2006 THE FLIGHTS for cast and crew had been booked; the production schedule delivered; there were tickets advertised on the Internet. The Royal Court Theatre production of “My Name Is ...

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Remembering Rachel Corrie

The International Solidarity Movement Support Group in Northern California invites you to join us at the third annual Rachel Corrie Memorial. We will celebrate the life of Rachel Corrie, a 23-year-old ISM volunteer who was killed by an Israeli soldier ...

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Travelers share tales from Rafah

by Venice Buhain Originally publsihed in The Olympian OLYMPIA — For a few hours Sunday, the Olympia Eagles Ballroom was filled with friendly chatter, the enticing smells of Mediterranean food and the delicate handiwork of Palestinian embroidery. But the main ...

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Parents continue daughter’s cause

By Jennifer Moody Originally published in the Albany Democrat-Herald Cindy Corrie used to think the conflict between Israelis and Palestinians had no beginning, no end and no solution — if she thought about it at all. That was before her ...

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Standing for justice — visiting family tells story of conflict

Presentation on non-violence in Israel-Palestine conflict sparks conversation By Andrew Miner Originally published in the Oregon State Daily Barometer Rachel Corrie sacrificed her life hoping to bring peace through non-violence in the Israeli Palestine conflict. Craig and Cindy Corrie spoke ...

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Activist’s parents recall Palestinian strife

By Tony Lystra Gazette-Times reporter Originally published in the Corvallis Gazette-Times Corvallis crowd hears legacy of nonviolent stance When Rachel Corrie was 2, she looked up at her mother and asked an unsettling question: “Mom,” she said, “Is brave part ...

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Rickman & Rachel Juggle Three Wins

From What’s on Stage News My Name Is Rachel Corrie was the biggest straight play winner in this year’s Theatregoers’ Choice Awards, triumphing in three categories: Best New Play, Best Solo Performance and Best Director (See News, 31 Jan 2006). ...

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