Key Contact

To be advised

State of Arizona
U.S. Congressional Delegation

Kirkpatrick, Ann D 1st Contact
Franks, Trent R 2nd Contact
Shadegg, John B. R 3rd Contact
Pastor, Ed D 4th Contact
Mitchell, Harry E. D 5th Contact
Flake, Jeff R 6th Contact
Grijalva, Raœl M. D 7th Contact
Giffords, Gabrielle D 8th Contact

"The Response" in Arizona

There have been several screenings of "The Response" in Arizona, and we hope to do more during the 2011-12 academic year.

To provide updates for this page, please email to jtscarry [at] yahoo.com and include "Arizona" in the subject line. Thank you!

"The Response" in Arizona - By City


June 2010 - "The Response" screening scheduled for Valley Unitarian Universalist Church in conjunction with Amnesty International's "Torture Awareness Month."


"The Response" was screened as part of the ASU Human Rights Film Festival in April, 2011. Here's what one attendee had to say:

"The film does a notable job of sending the audience a strong message about the significance of ethics, politics and the Gitmo tribunals behind doors and more importantly the neutrality while representing these key components of the trial. This film was one which made the audience feel as if they have a say in these trials, as if they are watching it within the courtroom without any lies or rumors masking the reality and truth behind them. And that, I am assuming, was the underlying purpose of this film: for the audience to come to their own judgment, comprehension and conclusion of the Guantanamo trials. The film was a definite success at Human Rights Film Festival Arizona State University, not only is it thought-provoking but also, the impact it has had among today’s generation is resonating."

Nisha Patel
Global Studies/Religion & Conflict Studies, Arizona State University '12

For Law Schools, Colleges, and High Schools:

Educational Support Materials for the "The Response" and a DVD of the film are available from the Street Law organization: online or by calling 301-589-1130 ext. 220.