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Esperanza Spalding’s “We Are America” Is the Catchiest Call Yet for Justice at Guantanamo Bay

Jazz singer Esperanza Spalding and company on standing up for people held without trial in America’s most controversial prison.
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Esperanza Spalding is singing for freedom—not for herself, but for the 154 men who are still held indefinitely, without trial, at Guantanamo Bay. As efforts to close the detention facility gain momentum, President Obama and Congress are giving the issue renewed attention.


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