End Homeland Guantanamos
In Homeland Guantanamos you are in an immigrant detention center as an undercover journalist. Find out what happpened to Boubacar Bah, a real man who died in detention. Our interactive experience brings attention to the harsh, inhumane conditions being faced yearly by nearly 300,000 people in immigrant detention as a result of unfair Department of Homeland Security (DHS) policies.
Engage with real stories of pregnant women being forced to give birth in shackles, HIV+ people being denied medication, teenagers being separated from their families, and war veterans being placed in solitary confinement for challenging abuse.
Juana Villegas was nine months pregnant when she was stopped for careless driving, taken from her children, and then detained in jail where she remained shackled while giving birth.
Warren Joseph from Trinidad had a Green Card and served in the U.S. Army in Iraq. After he returned home after war, he suffered post-traumatic stress disorder and served three years in immigrant detention where he faced and observed numerous counts of abuse from immigration officials.
Watch the trailer for our Homeland Gitmos site to see what happened to Boubacar Bah behind the walls of an immigrant detention center.
This video story gives voice to Ali, a Pakistani-born, HIV+ gay man, living in New York City for 30 years with a green card.