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See CCR's page Emergency: 2013 Hunger Strike at Guantánamo for resources and updates on the crisis unfolding at the prison. The internment camp at Guantánamo Bay has entered its twelfth year of operation, and the vast majority of the 166 men still deprived of their freedom there remain trapped without any charges or a fair trial.
Your Resolution: Act to close GTMO where you are.
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Actions You Can Take
Do your part to help shut down the notorious prison
Join CCR to demand the closure of Guantánamo and to build opposition to both this prison and to all sites of unjust U.S. detentions. Create an event in your own community to build pressure for the closure of Guantánamo, or participate in and share our list of solidarity activities in which you can participate from wherever you are. Also, use and share CCR's advocacy tool kit to learn more about Guantánamo and bolster our efforts to shut it down.
It is now President Obama's second term, and we demand that he finally meet his unfulfilled promise to close the internment camp at Guantánamo by releasing the men he will not charge and giving fair trials to those he will. President Obama's own administration has cleared more than half of the detained men for release, yet Guantánamo is unacceptably entering its twelfth year of operation. Moreover, the Obama administration has not only failed to exercise the leadership required to close Guantánamo, but it has also extended some of the worst aspects of the Guantánamo system by continuing indefinite detentions without charge or trial, employing illegitimate military commissions to try some suspects, and blocking accountability for torture. If President Obama continues to waver in his promise to shut down Guantánamo, his legacy will be marred forever.
It is past time to shut down Guantánamo. It is urgent. It is ethically and legally necessary.
Guantánamo must be shut down, and we must put an end to indefinite detention without charge or trial. Do your part to advocate to close Guantánamo from wherever you are.