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Debi Cornwall discusses 'Gitmo at Home; Gitmo at Play'.

 Debi Cornwall discusses the current legal situation of the Guantánamo prisoners and the censorship process of the images that appear in her exhibit at Fovea, 'Gitmo at Home; Gitmo at Play'. June 13, 2015, at Fovea Exhibitions, Hudson Beach Glass Beacon New York. Moderated by Sabine Meyer, Director of Photography for the National Audubon Society.

Thank you to the Volunteer team of Fovea and especially to J.P. Pacquing, who filmed this event.

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