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I have no doubt that the good American people will realize that holding innocent people in prison is not the way to go and will work for their release until every last innocent detainee has joined his family. I wholeheartedly forgive everyone who wronged me during my detention and I forgive because forgiveness is my inexhaustible resource.
~Mohamedou Ould Slahi, released without charge from Guantánamo after 14 years on October 17, 2016
Take Action Today:
Watch our #yearinreview2016 video here: Presidential Promises: Then & Now – As we come to the end of the Obama’s presidency, we’d like to take a couple of minutes to reflect on what he’s said and done regarding Guantánamo, as well as what lies ahead for those who remain trapped at the prison. Please share this widely with your friends via email, facebook, and twitter.
Join us in Washington DC: January 3rd to the 12th and January 19th – 21st:
Please note: RSVP is required – email us: email@example.com
Every year, we come together not only to call for the closure of Guantanamo and its legacy of institutionalizing Islamophobia. We demand an end to policies that maintain racism, mass incarceration, and fear of our neighbors. Furthermore, we come together to envision the world we want to live in where justice and equality reign.
We hope you will join us for a week of actions and fasting from January 3-12, 2017 and our presence at the presidential inauguration January 19-21.
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Now, more than ever, we need your help to build a nation without torture, indefinite detention, Islamophobia, and racism. Please consider a donation to help fund our annual Fast for Justice this January. We are completely volunteer driven and run. We have no paid staff, all of the money you donate goes to funding the work we do together. Click here to donate.