News Camera Pointed at Protestors Dressed as Detainees

From the Archive

16 years of Guantanamo and a year of Trump: The work for justice continues

Save the date for Guantanamo week of action

 

There is a Man Under that Hood: Book launch, performance and more news

There is a Man Under that Hood: Closing Guantanamo and Ending Torture in the Age of Trump

Announcing 2018 Fast for Justice, Jan. 7-14

Dear Friends,

Remembering Guantánamo on Independence Day

By Andy Worthington, author of “The Guantánamo Files” and co-founder of the Close Guantánamo campaign

Torture: The Law is Clear, But the President is Committed to Breaking It

By Matt Hawthorne

Communications Management Units: Prisons for Victims of the Domestic War on Terror

Inauguration Bleachers

by Helen Schietinger, organizer for Witness Against Torture

No Separate Justice: No SAMs

By Jeremy Varon, a member of Witness Against Torture.

Day 1 – Sufyian Barhoumi #foreverhumanbeing

Inauguration Bleachers

Today, on the eve of Ramadan, Witness Against Torture begins its #ForeverHumanBeings & #41MenAtGitmo campaign, which is dedicated to renewing calls to close Guantanamo prison as well as uplifting the stories of the 41 men who remain imprisoned behind its walls. We just released a new video for our first profile – Sufyian Barhoumi –  in collaboration with the Center for Constitutional Rights. Please check it out here and share widely.

#foreverhumanbeings Rolling Fast

Thanksgiving at Guantánamo

WAT has initiated a rolling fast during Ramadan and beyond to lift up the stories of the 41 men detained at Guantanamo Bay Prison.  Starting Friday May 26, several people each day will fast, make phone calls to people in power, contribute a photo to the anti-Guantánamo social media campaign, and send a letter to a prisoner at Guantánamo. We encourage you to get to know the men detained at Guantanamo. We will be posting stories and profiles of them each day of the campaign, so check our facebook and twitter account and please send us thoughts, drawings and reflection that you have during your fast.

#foreverhumanbeings: A Campaign to Close Guantánamo

Forty-one human beings remain incarcerated in the prison at Guantánamo. All potentially face lifetimes of detention. Five have been cleared for release by the US government itself. But they were still in Guantánamo when Trump took office, and Trump has halted all transfers from the prison.

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