In April of 2008, the one-woman play My Name Is Rachel Corrie was presented in Edmonton. A question and answer panel made up of women from Jewish and Arab descent followed one of the performances. The event was organized by the Edmonton Small Press Association and I filmed it for posterity. Nothing was ever done with the video, which I recently unearthed while cleaning out my living and work space. In honour of the tenth anniversary of Corrie’s death (March 16, 2003), I have posted the video. Technical note: The video ends rather abruptly after a comment from an audience member. I do not remember if my batteries died, I ran out of tape, or if the event was over.