Email Update: Tickets Available Online for the 45th Benefit Gala!

 

 

Eduardo Galeano, Patricio Guzmán, Naomi Klein, and our NACLA Host Committee invite you to our 45th Benefit Gala!

Join 150 of our closest friends in honoring Noam Chomsky, Javier Sicilia, and Eduardo del Río (Rius) for their significant contributions towards Latin American peace and justice causes over the years. Individual tickets and packages can now be purchased here.  

If you are unable to attend, please consider donating to NACLA. Our goal is to raise $60,000 with this event, which will enable us to continue educating students, teachers, activists, policy makers, and citizens about Latin American affairs and U.S. policy in the region.

For more information email arturo@nacla.org with the subject line "NACLA 45th Anniversary Gala." All tickets must be reserved by May 3.

NACLA's Spring Photo Contest
The winning contest photos by Kevin P. Coleman and James A. Rodríguez have been posted here.  The topic for the Summer 2012 NACLA Photo Contest is Latin America and the Global Economy. Participants must send their high-resolution pictures (and caption information) to info@nacla.org with the subject line "NACLA Photo Contest" by May 1.

The winning photograph will be published in full color in the Summer NACLA Report. The winner will receive a copy of the magazine with his or her photograph, and a one-year-subscription to NACLA. Complete submission guidelines can be found on our photo contest page.

This Week  Online:
Kevin Edmonds:
The People vs. The Pirates: Controversy Abounds in Haitian Reconstruction Investigations
Allen Hines: U.S. Narcotics Chief Defends Drug War During Central American Tour
Nazih Richani: The Increasing 'Americanization' of the Colombian Conflict
Fred Rosen: The Logic of a Contradiction
John L. Hammond: Discovering Central America in the 1970s and 1980s

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.

Greg Grandin: Turning the Tide Revisited: An Interview with Noam Chomsky
Annie Bird: Drugs and Business: Central America Faces Another Round of Violence
Kate Doyle: Justice in Guatemala
Sonja Wolf: Policing Crime in El Salvador
Esther Portillo-Gonzales: FMLN Reflections, 20 Years Later: An Interview with Nidia Díaz
Leticia Salomón: Honduras: A History That Repeats Itself
Michael Fox: Central American Solidarity, Then and Now: An Interview With Jenny Atlee
Dennis Rodgers: Nicaragua's Gangs: Historical Legacy or Contemporary Symptom?
Julio Yao: Legacies of the U.S. Invasion of Panama
Kirsten Weld: A Workshop Abandoned: WikiLeaks, U.S. Empire, and Central America 

NACLA Radio Podcast #1
Featuring content on the U.S.-Mexico Border, Bolivia, Chile, Venezuela, and much more. You can now also subscribe to our NACLA podcast through Itunes.

NACLA's Digital Archive:
Don't forget to visit our archives and read the award-winning articles that have made the NACLA Report on the Americas the most reliable resource for progressive politics in the region. Subscribers and customers can now download PDFs of full issues!

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

 


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