“My Name is Rachel Corrie” Plays in Columbia, Charleston & Charlotte

“My Name is Rachel Corrie” Play

SATURDAY Oct 25th, 7PM

Conundrum Music Hall

626 Meeting St. West Columbia, SC

Carolina Peace hosts the acclaimed one-person play “My Name is Rachel Corrie” starring Ashley Malloy.  Based on Corrie’s own writings, the play follows her maturing as a precocious and idealist adolescent through her finding her voice as a peace activist and traveling to Gaza.

 

Sliding Scale, $10-15 at door.

Advance tickets with reserve seating: $12. Use Paypal “Donate” button on right & include note ->

Proceeds benefit the Freedom Theatre in the West Bank. Watch the documentary Arna’s Children to learn about the Freedom Theatre.

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Sponsored by the Carolina Peace Resource Center

 

ALSO PLAYING in Charleston & Charlotte, NC (CLICK READ MORE FOR DETAILS) with proceeds benefiting The Freedom Theatre

 


“My Name is Rachel Corrie”

SUNDAY Oct 26th, 2PM

International Longshoreman Association Hall, Auditorium

1142 Morrison Dr. Charleston, SC 29403

Sliding Scale, $10-15 at door.

Sponsored by Lowcountry Peace, a local chapter of the Carolina Peace Resource Center.

 

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“My Name is Rachel Corrie”

FRIDAY Oct 24th, 7PM [NEW TIME]

UNC-Charlotte, McKnight Hall

“Pay what you can” at the door.

Proceeds benefit the Freedom Theatre.

Sponsored by the Palestinian American Cultural Center

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Gaza Panel Discussion THURSDAY Oct 16th 7pm at USC

GAZA Panel Discussion

THURSDAY Oct 16th, 7PM

USC, Russell House (1400 Greene St) Room 315

 

Amnesty International at USC and the Carolina Peace Resource Center present a panel discussion on the recent Gaza/Israel bloodshed and the human rights and peace issues involved.

FEATURING

Edie Garwood, Amnesty International Country Specialist for Israel and the Occupied Palestinian Territories

David Matos, President of the Carolina Peace Resource Center, who traveled to Israel/Palestine in 2006 and 2009 with Interfaith Peacebuilders.

 

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[RESCHEDULED to THURSDAY Oct 16th]

 

 

 

Report Back from Gaza with Michael Brown, SUN Feb 24th

Report Back from Gaza

with Michael Brown of Interfaith Peacebuilders

SUN Feb 24th, 6PM

USC, Gambrell 152

Michael Brown worked off and on in the Gaza Strip between 1993 and 2000 for the Gaza Community Mental Health Programme and the Palestinian Centre for Human Rights. He then was Washington correspondent for Middle East International and a fellow at the Washington, DC-based Palestine Center.  Michael co-led with Cindy Corrie a November 2012 IFPB delegation to the Gaza Strip.  His op-eds, letters, and views have been published in the International Herald Tribune, The New York Times, the Washington Post, The Nation, the San Diego Union-Tribune,the News & Observer.

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MEDIA ADVOCACY WORKSHOP @ 4:30PM Free with Registration: Email info AT carolinapeace.org

Sponsored by Carolina Peace Resource Center, Students for Justice in Palestine-USC and USC Amnesty International.