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Nonviolent Action at U.S. Capitol Links Guantanamo and Ferguson

Posted by Ken Butigan
01.13.15

Campaign Nonviolence organizers and colleagues Brian Terrell, Marie Shebeck and Jerica Arents participated in series of nonviolent “Witness Against Torture” actions in Washington, DC calling for the closure of the U.S.  Naval Prison at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba and linking torture abroad to torture domestically.  Click here for a report from Witness Against Torture about the January 13, 2015 action at the U.S. Capitol.

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