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Pioneer Valley No More Guantánamos

Western Massachusetts group


Northampton, MA 01060
United States
Phone: (413) 253-7991

Video of our January 10, 2016, rally and protest marking 14 years of injustice at Guantanamo with readings from Guantanamo Diary by Mohamedou Ould Slahi. (Thanks to Dann Vazquez, videographer.)


Your gift will help No More Guantánamos build a nationwide grassroots coalition and provide them with technical support and resources with which to educate their communities about the men imprisoned at Guantánamo Bay, Cuba; Bagram, Afghanistan; and secret offshore prisons around the world.  We help local chapters to engage their communities in a constructive dialogue about the issues and obstacles involved in closing Guantánamo Bay prison with justice.


Press Contact:

Nancy Talanian, Director
No More Guantánamos

About Guantánamo Bay Prison

“Sometimes, we just didn’t get the right folks.”

— Brigadier General Jay Hood, the top American officer in Guantanamo, to Wall Street Journal, 2005
On January 11, 2002, the first 20 prisoners picked up in Afghanistan arrived in Guantánamo, where the Bush administration believed they would be out of reach of U.S. courts. News photos show the men dressed in orange jumpsuits, shackled, with gloves, goggles, surgical masks and headphones for sensory deprivation.. [photo] Hundreds more prisoners followed.
But who are they, and were they really the so-called “worst of the worst”?

Our Staff

Nancy Talanian is NMG's Director.  Nancy has more than 25 years of grassroots organizing experience. Before founding and leading the organization, she founded, directed, and grew the national Bill of Rights Defense Committee from a local volunteer coalition to a national organization with a staff of five, hundreds of volunteer affiliates, and thousands of subscribers. BORDC earned national recognition through the passage of more than 400 local government resolutions and eight statewide resolutions upholding the constitutional rights of more than 85 million U.S.

North Carolina Stop Torture Now

North Carolina Stop Torture Now


Raleigh, NC 27650
United States

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