NACLA Update: Deportation of Veterans and the Latino Media Gap









There's only a few days left to buy your pre-sale tickets for the NACLA Happy Hour, Thursday, June 26th! We'll be celebrating the launch of our new website and the release of our summer issue "Reimagining Drug Policy in the Americas," which should be at your doors any day! Come out to support NACLA's journalism, meet the staff, board members, and several of our new contributing editors.

We're also excited to announce that we'll be joined by guest performer Ani Cordero! Ani will be playing a few songs from her new release Recorder, a compilation of 11 love and protest songs that have shaped Latin American history.

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How Deportation Created A New Class Of Disposable Soldiers

Joseph Nevins

The Department of Homeland Security has deported thousands of U.S. military veterans in recent years, giving new meaning to the militarization of the country's borders.

Soccer Is Democratic. The World Cup Is Oligarchy.

Nathalie Baptiste

Thousands of poor Brazilians were evicted from their homes to build multimillion-dollar World Cup stadiums that may never be used again. Now Brazilians are fighting back.

The Latino Media Gap: A Conversation with Frances Negrón Muntaner

Ed Morales

Latino representation is on the rise in the media, but a new report from Columbia University reveals the problematic stereotypes that come with this representation.

Protest and Destabilization in Venezuela: The Difference Between the Violent And Non-Violent Right Is Smaller Than You May Think

Steve Ellner

Opposition forces to the Venezuelan government use timeworn scripts to mask their use of violence in their destabilization efforts.

Unfinished Business in Indian Country

Todd Miller

An excerpt from Todd Miller's book Border Patrol Nation exposes the Tohono O’odham community's perseverence in the face of the increasing militarization on its ancestral lands.

Charles Rangel and El Nuevo New York Politics

Ed Morales
Two Puerto Rican Congressional representatives embrace one of the most powerful African-American congressmen ever in a show of black-Latino unity.


Let Colombia End Its Civil War

Washington Office on Latin America
After half a century, Colombia may put an end to its conflict—if the U.S. will allow it.

Fuerza Valpo! Solidarity, Resistance, and Recovery In the Wake of Valparaíso Fires

Emily Achtenberg

Valparaíso civil society responded to April's massive fires with community-led relief and reconstruction initiatives. Can an urban catastrophe become an opportunity for progressive grassroots change?
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