Elise Swain is Photo Editor of The Intercept. Prior to this role, she was an associate producer for the Intercepted podcast, while working across various mediums for The Intercept, including writing, photography, video, illustration, and audio. Before joining The Intercept, she worked as a freelance artist and has a BFA in photo and video from the School of Visual Arts. She is based in Brooklyn, New York.
More Than 150 International Organizations Call on Biden to Close Guantánamo on 21st Anniversary
Guantánamo Bay “is the iconic example of the abandonment of the rule of law,” the letter argues.
Sabri al-Qurashi Has Lived Without Legal Status in Kazakhstan Since His 2014 Guantánamo Release
He was promised his freedom, but, with no U.S. pressure, his host country systematically denied him any semblance of normal life.
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Americans Rarely See the True Face of Israel’s Bombing of Gaza
By shying away from graphic images of death, news organizations sanitize the violence of Israeli aggression against Palestinians.