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Let Freedom Ring in Vancouver

Two Event Comming to the Couve

1. SUNDAY SEPTEMBER 12th - 11 AM TO 5 PM
2. Two opportunities to hear Racheal Corries Parents
Stand Up for Peace and Justice
Stand Up for Peace and Justice
SUNDAY SEPTEMBER 12th - 11 AM TO 5 PM

10 am Drum Circle for Peace Entertainment from the park main stage
Contact us
Tables by many
local groups ESTHER SHORT PARK, DOWNTOWN VANCOUVER, WA Children's Activities
Current Groups
Exhibiting

Stage Line up

Emcee: Elizabeth Christina

Verge of Something
Danceability
Raks El Sehr - Middle Eastern Dance Troupe
Poetry
Talisman
Afghan Women - dramatic reading
Indian dancer
The Aurora Chorus
Seven Times Seven
Step dancers
Raging Grannies
Homeland Insecurity - excerpts from this musical dramady
Dances of Universal Peace




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Thursday, September 16. 1:00-2:40 pm. Rachel Corrie in Gaza: Her Parents' Perspective.
On March 16, 2003 the Craig and Cindy Corrie's daughter Rachel was killed by an Israeli forces bulldozer as she stood before it trying to prevent the demolition of the home of the Nazrallah family in the southern Gaza Strip. Since that time Rachel's parents have traveled several times to Gaza and the West Bank. They will describe the work of the Rachel Corrie Foundation which has been established in memory of Rachel's life.
Location: WSU Vancouver Multimedia Center Room 6.
For more information: (360) 546-9643 or  csejust@vancouver.wsu.edu
Co-sponsored by WSU Vancouver's Center for Social and Environmental Justice, Vancouver for Peace, and Friends of Sabeel North America.


Friday September 17. 7:00 - 8:30 PM . Craig and Cindy Corrie, Parents of Rachel Corrie.
The Corrie's of Olympia, WA will present their perspective on the situation in Israeli Occupied Palestine. On March 16, 2003 the Corrie's daughter Rachel was killed by an Israeli forces bulldozer as she stood before it trying to prevent the demolition of the home of the Nazrallah family in the southern Gaza Strip. Since that time Rachel's parents have traveled several times to Gaza and the West Bank. They will describe the work of the Rachel Corrie Foundation which has been established in memory of Rachel's life.
Location: First Congregational Church, UCC. 1220 NE 68th St, Vancouver, WA
For more information call 693-6148.
Sponsored by Vancouver for Peace