Please join us for an evening of dance performance & discussion on Sunday January 8
4:00 - 7:00 - NYC
Real people are still suffering: tortured by the US government, living death in Guantánamo Bay, Bagram, and "black sites" around the world.
Historian and investigative journalist Andy Worthington, world authority on these prisoners, talks about them and his work.
Artists with American Creative Dance show some of these stories through poetry, theater, music and dance.
January 8, 2012
29 West 26th Street, New York
Dance and Discussion to Shut Down Guantánamo
sponsored by World Can't Wait
Hosted by Gbenga Akkinagbe, Sharon Pavlovich, TheTalkingDog.com, and Sunsara Taylor
This evening will benefit the National Day of Action Against Guantánamo and Andy Worthington's Winter 2012 Tour to NYC, Washington DC, Chicago, and San Francisco.
Suggested Contribution $50
Donations can be made tax-deductible to support World Can't Wait's educational work to end torture and shut down Guantánamo. DONATE
Labels: Andy Worthington, Bagram, Black sites, Guantanamo, torture