The Rachel Corrie Foundation for Peace & Justice Presents Peace Works 2016
Rachel Corrie Memorial Lecture
Featuring world-renowned historian & activist
“Why is Palestine Still the Issue?”
May 3, 2016 — 6:30 PM
The Longhouse Education and Cultural Center at
The Evergreen State College
This event is free and open to the public, but you must RSVP to reserve a seat. Click here to reserve your spot today!
ReInterpreting Liberation: Third World Movements and Migrations*; U.S. Foreign Policy & The Roots of Terrorism*; Americans United for Palestinian Human Rights; Creative Solutions: Activism, Advocacy and Self-Determination in Indian Country*; A New Middle East?: Diagrams, Diagnosis, and Power*; Americans Committed to Justice and Truth; Jewish Voice for Peace – Portland; Rebuilding Alliance; Diversity, Multiculturalism and Public Education*; Political Economy and Social Movements: Race, Class, and Gender*; Tree of Life Educational Fund; Northfielders for Justice in Palestine; Al-Shabaka, The Palestinian Policy Network; Jewish Voice for Peace – Tacoma; G.I. Voice
* – Evergreen State College Program
We need your help! We welcome cosponsors who want to be a part of spearheading this inaugural Rachel Corrie Memorial Lecture and to ensure that it is a success for years to come. Your support will provide for the staffing and organization, the promotion, and the realization of this first and future event. You will help make possible the much needed conversations that this new project will provide. Can you help us? We would love to include you, your organization, or your business as a cosponsor for 2016 Peace Works and for its launch of the Rachel Corrie Memorial Lecture!
Donation levels begin at $50.
Simply fill out the Peace Works 2016 – Cosponsorship Support Form OR go to our online Co-sponsorship page and let us know how you can contribute, so we can proceed confidently, knowing you are with us!
Questions? Feel free to contact us by email or call (360) 754-3998.