In case you didn't make it to the Tucson Festival of Books yesterday—or you decided to attend a different panel—CSPAN has posted the panel author and featuring longtime Tucson Weekly
contributor Margaret Regan (The Death of Josseline, Detained and Deported
), Luis Alberto Urrea (The Devil's Highway, The Hummingbird's Daughter
) and attorney Theresa Duncan (who represents The Guantanamo Diary
author Mohamedou Ould Slahi).
I was lucky enough to moderate the panel, which examined the human cost of the U.S. border policy and the decision to keep detainees locked up in Guantanamo without trial—or even charges, in the case of Slahi.
You can watch the whole thing here.
Regan did an open-phones segment with callers from across America that you can watch here.