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Galway launch of 'Poems from Guantánamo Bay: The Detainees Speak'

category galway | anti-war / imperialism | press release author Sunday June 22, 2008 13:30author by Over The Edge Report this post to the editors

Over The Edge in association with Amnesty International
presents the Galway launch of
'Poems from Guantánamo–The Detainees Speak'
Poems from Guantánamo - The Detainees Speak
Poems from Guantánamo - The Detainees Speak

Over The Edge in association with Amnesty International
presents the Galway launch of
'Poems from Guantánamo–The Detainees Speak'

readings of poems by
Guantánamo detainees
by Rita Ann Higgins, Mary O Malley, Elaine Feeney, Sheikh Khaled (Imam of Galway Mosque), Stephen Murray, Charlene Spearen & Gary King

on International Day against Torture Thursday 26th June 2008, 7pm @ The Amnesty International Shop, Middle Street, Galway

http://overtheedgeliteraryevents.blogspot.com

Related Link: http://www.amnesty.ie/live/irish/default.asp
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