Anti-war activist speaks at Eckerd College listen10/01/07 Dawn Morgan
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Dr. Elizabeth Corrie is an anti-war activist and teacher in Atlanta. She's also Rachel Corrie's cousin.
Dr. Corrie believes the politics of foreign policy have prevented a proper investigation.
And Dr. Corrie knows a little bit about empowerment. She's currently the interim director of the Youth Theologian Initiative.
Dr. Corrie will speak on Tuesday, Oct. 2nd during Eckerd College's Justice and Awareness week.
Since her cousin's death, Beth Corrie has seen Rachel's parents continue to carry on their daughters cause in the Middle East.
Dr. Beth Corrie will present the lecture Washing Dishes and Other Revolutionary Tactics: What It Takes to Change the World on Tues., Oct. 2 nd at Eckerd College in St. Petersburg. For more information on the event, log onto Eckerd.edu or wmnf.org/news.
Stay tuned for more on Rachel Corrie and her parents' continuing struggle to find accountability and justice in her death tomorrow night on the WMNF Evening News.