March to Guantanamo: A Witness Against Torture
Santiago de Cuba to Guantanamo Bay, Cuba
December 5-16, 2005

In December 2005, 24 Christian activists from the United States set out to attempt to visit the prisoners held at the U.S. Naval Base at Guantanamo Bay. The group walked for 5 days, for over 65 miles, and arrived at the military zone boundry calling on the Bush Administration to let them in. Access was denied, and a four day fast and vigil was maintained at the fence in a witness against torture and illegal detention. The following photos documenty this historical journey. For more information on this march and witness, visit the Witness Against Torture website

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