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Pedro Lemebel was an uncompromising fighter for human and sexual rights whose work will forever challenge the homophobic culture of the Chilean left.
In 1964, the Brazilian military dictatorship rolled in like a bad dream, kicking off a brutal twenty-year-long military dictatorship. President João Goulart fled to Uruguay, and with him went the hopes of progressive reforms.
NACLA presents its Winter 2013 Radio Podcast. Featuring content on forced evictions in Brazil, the Venezuelan elections, and the speech from Chavkin Award winner for Integrity in Journalism in Latin America, Félix Antonio Molina from Radio Globo, Honduras. You can now also subscribe to NACLA Radio.
NACLA's presents its Fall 2012 Radio Podcast. Featuring content on the Paraguayan coup, the Mexican elections, and speeches from NACLA's 45th Anniversary Gala by Noam Chomsky, Javier Sicilia, and Mexican-American cartoonist Feggo. You can now also subscribe to NACLA Radio.
In his new book, "Revolutionary Doctors: How Venezuela and Cuba Are Changing the World’s Conception of Health Care," author Steve Brouwer highlights the revolutionary health care practiced by Venezuela and Cuba. In this interview, Brouwer describes his new book and explains how these experiences are a road map to "a new kind of society."
Tonight is NACLA's 45th Anniversary Gala. Among the honorees are Noam Chomsky, Javier Sicilia, and Mexican political cartoonist Eduardo del Río "Rius." Because Rius will be unable to join us at tonight’s event, we filmed his acceptance speech recently at his home in Mexico. He is the 2012 recipient of NACLA's "La Conciencia del Pueblo" Award.
In commemoration of the 10th anniversary of the April 11, 2002, coup d'état against Venezuelan president Hugo Chávez, NACLA presents the award-winning feature-length Venezuelan documentary "Llaguno Bridge: Keys to a Massacre," a comprehensive audio-visual investigation into the events surrounding the 2002 coup d'état in Venezuela.