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Transcript of Forbidden Places
Guantanamo Bay, Cuba Why Is It A Forbidden Place? Social Economic Environmental Within the detention camp, the people there are a mix of race, nationality, colour, language and gender. However people in the camp do not get to socialize with each other or anyone outside the camp. It cost the USA over $114 million
to maintain the prison camp at Guantanamo Bay.
This money that is used for the
people in the camp, could
otherwise be used for health, food, housing and natural disaster funds in America. They had to clear fields and empty
landscapes to build the camp itself.
They would have to use machinery to
clear and build the site which gives off
fuel emissions creating greenhouse
gases. Ships carry over essentials (food, beds and clothing) from America to Guantanamo Bay. Political This is a political problem because the people inside the camp mostly have the charges of terrorism towards others against their beliefs, religion and race. Thank you very much for listening