Rachel Corrie Memorial

Rafah has lost a treasure, and Rachel will be assigned to sparkle among history.
Mohammed abu Asaker

Rachel Corrie Foundation Rachel Corrie Foundation | 203 East Fourth Ave., Suite 402 | Olympia | WA | 98501| 360 454-3998

Trial Updates

Rachel Corrie's Case For Justice by Tom Wright and Therese Saliba

Westerners Killed to Suppress Palestinian Perspectives?

"My Name Is Rachel Corrie" opens in Haifa An Arabic-language production of My Name is Rachel Corrie, a play based on the writings of a young American woman killed by an Israeli bulldozer, premiered in Haifa, Israel on Sunday.

Talking with Rachel Corrie's Mom and Dad The Tyee article February 11, 2008



Stop Cat Coalition Day of Action: April 23, 2004 Peoria IL 

The Mission District in San Francisco has a new mural featuring Rachel. See article.

U.S. State Department mentions Rachel in a report condemning Israel and Palestine on human rights.

Seeking Answers from Israel - Cynthia Corrie

One Year Later, Justice Still Not Served: Remembering the Death of Rachel Corrie by Elizabeth Corrie

The 2003 COHRE Housing Rights Defender Award The Centre on Housing Rights and Evictions (COHRE) announced the presentation of the Housing Rights Defender Award in Rachel's memory. The award presentation to our family will be Monday, February 16, 6-8 PM, at the Evergreen State College.--Cindy Corrie

Rachel Corrie, 23, was killed on 16 March when she was run over by an Israeli bulldozer #949-623. Rachel was trying to stop the bulldozer from demolishing the home of a Palestinian physician in the Gaza Strip.

News Accounts

Craig and Cynthia Corrie

Statement Read at Peace Rallies This speech was written by the family of Rachel Corrie and read on Saturday, April 12, 2003 at numerous peace rallies around the world.

"The Skies are Weeping" is the cantata inspired by Rachel-and includes some of her words. "The Singer of Wind and Rain" is five Palestinian poems set for mixed choir and composed by Gregory Youtz whose father Byron (now deceased) taught at Evergreen. Concert patrons include Noam Chomsky, Harold Pinter, Ilan Pappe, John Pilger, Avi Shlaim, Susannah York, Julie Christie, and Uri Fruchtman. For more information go to

http://weepingskies.blogspot.com/ Craig, Sarah, Kelly, and I will be at the premiere in London.


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Rachel's E-Mails


Continuing Reports from Rafah

Rafah Lives: A Journal of Resistance in Daily Life - ISM

Links to 'Rachel Websites'

Music Inspired by Rachel


Rebuilding Hope a film by Tamer Mansour

Helpful Books chosen by the Corries

Background on Palestine

Support Sanity Rachel's cousin suggested this link. Cindy Corrie was wearing one of the lapel pins and many people were interested in knowing where she got it.



Veterans For Peace - Rachel Corrie Chapter 109 

The lopsided American foreign policy may seem to be in Israels interest, but it actually works to the detriment of the Israeli people.  Continued militarization of Israeli society increases the exposure of Israeli women and children to violence in their daily lives, and has helped lead the country to economic crisis.  At the same time, this unbalanced US foreign policy has devastated the Palestinians.  Americans of conscience must work to balance that policy in favor of a peaceful solution.  It is not discriminatory that Americans working for a just peace focus their attention on Israels occupation and take concrete steps to end it, like divesting from companies profiting from Israels occupation. -- Jewish Voice for Peace, Dec 9, 2004

Where is the world? Is it dead? exclaimed the bereaved mother in Rafah on Al-Jazeera. Before her, lied the lifeless body of her little child. from Why Boycott Israel

Cards and condolences to the family can be mailed to:

Rachel Corrie and Family
PO Box 12149
Olympia, WA 98508
An email is available for condolences: rachelsmessage@the-corries.com

Monetary donations and such can go to:

http://www.thecommunityfoundation.com/ http://www.rachelcorriefoundation.org http://www.evergreen.edu/give/rachelcorrie.htm


Videotapes of the three-hour memorial service held recently at Evergreen are being sold for $10.00, with $5 going to a charitable memorial fund in Rachel's memory. http://www.evergreen.edu/media/live/