Interview with Angela Brown Gillam

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Interview with Angela Brown Gillam
Series Title:
Stories from the Haitian Refugee Crisis at GTMO
Reid, Carleen ( Interviewer )
Brown Gillam, Angela ( Interviewee )
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Subjects / Keywords:
Guantánamo Public Memory Project ( lcsh )
Cuba--Guantánamo Bay Naval Base ( lcsh )
Haiti ( lcsh )
Refugees--Legal status, laws, etc. ( lcsh )
Refugees ( lcsh )
Coup d'état (Haiti : 1991) ( lcsh )
Oral histories
Spatial Coverage:
Caribbean--Cuba--Guantánamo Bay Naval Base


Oral history interview conducted by Carleen Redi with Angela Brown Gillam in June 2012 for the Guantánamo Public Memory Project.
General Note:
Angela Brown Gillam served as Director of the World Relief Program at Guantanamo. She grew up in Haiti and speaks fluent Haitian Creole and French. Additional previous roles include US Resettlement Officer at UN High Commission for Refugees; Refugee Processing Coordinator at US Department of State; Consultant at IOM.

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Source Institution:
Columbia University
Holding Location:
Guantánamo Public Memory Project
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