Email Update: Help Us Reach 1,000 New Subscribers This Summer!



Dear NACLA friends,

On the evening of the gala, we launched our 1,000 subscriber summer campaign "NACLA Next 45 years," with the focus of rebuilding and expanding our subscription-based community. That is why we ask you to help us reignite our movement for peace and justice in the Americas by recruiting five new subscribers each.

Our pitch is: "Don't give us your money. Subscribe and get involved. Help us reach 1,000 new subscribers this summer!"

Each new subscriber you bring to the NACLA family will receive a one year subscription for $25! To subscribe your five now, please visit our page here!   

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Gala Media Coverage:   
Democracy Now Chomsky Interview
Democracy Now Sicilia Interview
El Diario/La Prensa Sicilia Profile
Spanish News Agency EFE Sicilia Interview
La Jornada Sicilia Interview
Mexican News Agency Sicilia Interview
Radio Bilingüe Sicilia Interview
Univision News Sicilia Interview

More gala coverage will be available in our upcoming Summer issue this month!

This Week  Online:
Keane Bhatt: World Press Freedom Day: An Opportunity to Ignore Honduras
Fred Rosen: Two Murders in Veracruz, Mexico
Nazih Richani: A Civil War in Mexico?
Todd Miller: Photo Essay: A Long and Silent Border War
Keane Bhatt: Echoing the State: The New York Times on Honduras
Kevin Edmonds: Going for Broke: The Corporate Players Behind the Demise of the Caribbean Banana Trade (Part 1)
Emily Achtenberg: Bolivia's TIPNIS March in a Changing Political Environment

NACLA Radio Podcast #2:

This is NACLA's Spring 2012 Radio Podcast. Produced and co-hosted by Ambre Auzanneau, Michael Fox, and Alexandra Hall. You can also subscribe to receive free direct downloads from NACLA Radio via Itunes.
Print Edition: Central America: Legacies of War

In the 1980s, Central America sank deep into political turmoil amid civil wars, brutal military dictatorships, and U.S. intervention. Three decades later, NACLA examines the legacies of war in Central America: Honduras is reliving its history of military coups, repression, and impunity. In Guatemala, a former dictator is charged with genocide. Across the region, former guerrillas and generals are in power, the military is again taking a disturbingly prominent role in policing, and communities are defending their land from powerful interests.

Stay tuned for upcoming interviews, event announcements, and previews.


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