A film about CCR's client at Guantánamo is screening on Saturday, November 23 at 7:30 pm as part of Impugning Impunity: A Human Rights Documentary Film Series presented by the Abraham Lincoln Brigade Archives and co-sponsored by the Center for Constitutional Rights. This film will be followed by a talkback with Leili Kashani, Advocacy Program Manager at CCR.
What: Screening of ISN 310: Djamel Ameziane's Decade in Guantánamo, followed by a discussion with Leili Kashani, Advocacy Program Manager at CCR
When: Saturday, November 23rd at 7:30 p.m.
For full schedule of the November 22-24 film series, and for tickets, click here.
ISN 310: Djamel Ameziane's Decade in Guantánamo tells Djamel's story through his letters, paintings and the accounts of those who have known him, including Djamel’s brother Youssef, his CCR attorney, and former employers and colleagues. Through Djamel's story, the human cost and injustice of indefinite detention at Guantánamo becomes clear, and the audience gains a sense of the person who at Guantánamo is only known by his Internment Serial Number, ISN 310.