MASK An anonymous Haitian migrant detained at Guantánamo Bay U.S. Naval Base shields his identity in fear of being recognized once he is repatriated back to Haiti. He was one of many detainees protesting for the return of Jean-Bertrand Aristide after he was ousted during a military coup in 1991 and lived in exile for three years in the United States.
MASK An anonymous Haitian migrant detained at Guantánamo Bay U.S. Naval Base shields his identity in fear of being recognized once he is repatriated back to Haiti. He was one of many detainees protesting for the return of Jean-Bertrand Aristide after he was ousted during a military coup in 1991 and lived in exile for three years in the United States. Carl Juste Iris PhotoCollective
MASK An anonymous Haitian migrant detained at Guantánamo Bay U.S. Naval Base shields his identity in fear of being recognized once he is repatriated back to Haiti. He was one of many detainees protesting for the return of Jean-Bertrand Aristide after he was ousted during a military coup in 1991 and lived in exile for three years in the United States. Carl Juste Iris PhotoCollective

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