Guantánamo Public Memory Project

Interview with Conrado Basulto

Video produced by University of Miami students Noah DeBonis and Noelis Márquez.

 

From 1994-1995, Conrado Basulto spent nine months as a refugee at the U.S. naval base at Guantánamo Bay. He shares his story in the video above.

 

The University of Miami is participating in the Guantánamo Public Memory Project‘s National Dialogue and Traveling Exhibit. Opening at NYU’s Kimmel Center for University Life Windows Gallery in December 2012 and traveling to 9 sites (and counting) across the country through at least 2014, the exhibit will explore GTMO’s history from US occupation in 1898 to today’s debates and visions for its future. The exhibit is being developed through a unique collaboration among a growing number of universities as a dialogue among their students, communities, and people with first-hand experience at GTMO.

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