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Hunger strike reinvigorates movement to close Guantánamo | Voices for Creative Nonviolence

Protest outside the military recruiting center in Times Square. (Witness Against Torture)

Protest outside the military recruiting center in Times Square. (Witness Against Torture)

In the aftermath of the Boston bombings, it is quite shocking that the renewed vigor to close Guantánamo has found the footing that it has. Even though many of the terrible myths started by the Bush administration’s War on Terror rhetoric linger, especially regarding the so-called “worst of the worst” at Guantánamo, Boston Globe columnist James Carroll recently added his name to the growing list of citizens and institutions calling for an end to America’s most infamous gulag. Carroll wrote that “if Americans want this spectacle to end — if they want to tell Congress and President Obama that Guantánamo must be shut down — now is the time for them to make their voices heard. But how?”

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