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The Art of Keeping Guantánamo Open

What the paintings by its prisoners tell us about our humanity and theirs. We spent the day at a beach in Brooklyn. Skyscrapers floated in the distance and my toddler kept handing me cigarette filters she had dug out of the sand. When we got home, I checked my email. I had been sent a picture of a very different beach: deserted, framed by distant headlands with unsullied sands and clear waters.
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