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‘Tea Project’ Uses Art, Lectures And Performances To Tell Guantanamo Prison Stories

Last week, we featured The Tea Project, running in Chicago through mid-April. It combines audience participation and performances to tell the story of Guantanamo Bay prisoners. 

Today we talk again with co-curator Amber Ginsburg. Joining her is Larry Siems, editor of Guantanamo Diary and Aliya Hussain, advocacy director at Center for Constitutional Rights

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