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The Guantanamo Bay Challenge: Finding the Balance between Our Nation's Security and Our Nation's Ideals
Minnesota Advocates for Human Rights and Minnesota International Center are co-sponsors of:

The Guantanamo Bay Challenge: Finding the Balance between Our Nation’s Security and Our Nation’s Ideals

A Public Forum with James Dorsey and Nicole Moen, Fredrickson & Byron

On November 12, MIC will host a public forum with James Dorsey and Nicole Moen of the Fredrickson & Byron Law Firm, who represent an Algerian detainee held in Guantanamo Bay. They will explain who the detainees are, and discuss their treatment and the legal recourse available to test the appropriateness of their continued detention.  The presentation will include photos of the prison and sketches of the interrogation procedures.

An advocate for Human Rights, James Dorsey has represented the MCLU, the ACLU the NAACP, death row inmates, as well as many other indigent clients in the Minneapolis area over his 25 year career. 

Nicole Moen is a commercial litigator and serves as translator during visits with their client.

Date:         Monday, November 12, 2007


Time:         Registration 5:30 P; program 6:00-7:30 P


Place:        Humphrey Institute for Public Affairs, Cowles Auditorium

301 19th Ave S, Minneapolis


Cost:         $5 MIC members, cosponsors, and students,

$15 Non-members

Advance registration and payment is required.


Register online at or call 612.625.4421