"An Evening of Voices Against Torture"


Add to My Calendar Friday, January 11, 2008


January 11th marks the anniversary of when the U.S. opened its torture camp at Guantanamo. Bush claims “ the U.S. does not torture” as he orders the destruction of videotapes that document the C.I.A. torturing prisoners. Torture is emblematic of the Bush agenda and direction it is taking society. At a time when no "viable candidate" is calling for the immediate repeal of the Military Commissions Act or the Patriot Act, it is on the people to bring these crimes to a halt.

Speakers include:

Shane Kadidal, senior managing attorney of the Guantánamo project at the Center for Constitutional Rights

Dr. Steven Reisner, a psychoanalyst and faculty member at NYU Medical School and at the International Trauma Studies program at Columbia. Dr Reisner has been on the forefront of the campaign to ban psychologist involvement in detainee interrogations.

Rev. N.J. L'Heureux, Executive Director of Queens Federation of Churches and outspoken minister against torture.



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February 11, 2008