Thanks to all who supported our Indiegogo campaign we reached (and surpassed) our goal!
In two weeks we will start production of the fall issue on the 40th anniversary of the Chilean coup. Once the issue has been designed, we will send it to our app developer, and it should be in your hands (on iPad, Kindle, and Android tablets) by early October. We are very excited to see the fall issue of the NACLA Report in full color and with enhanced content!
To mark the anniversary of the coup, there will be also be a series of great events in New York (many of which we are co-sponsoring). Stay tuned for details, but here's a little preview:
Monday, Sept. 9:
2-10pm, Tribute to Justice: Honoring 40 Years of Struggle to Advance Judicial Process for Crimes Against Humanity in Chile, http://www.hormantruth.org/ht/2013invite
Tuesday, Sept. 10:
6:00-8:00 pm - Copyright/Human Rights Symposium Day 1:“Declassifying the Archive” Panel with Susan Meiselas, Fred Ritchin, Diana Taylor + Eduardo Cadava at NYU Hemispheric Institute.
6:30-8:30pm - “September 11, 1973 to Today: Commemorating 40 Years since the Military Coup in Chile” Opening Reception for Photo Exhibit at The Center for Worker Education (CWE) of The City College of New York, CUNY. Presented by The Historical Memory Project (HMP).
6:30pm - Forty Years Since the Chilean Coup, Screening of Missing followed by discussion with director Costa-Gavras, Joyce Horman, Jerry Carlson, The Graduate Center and City College of New York.
Wednesday Sept. 11:
12-2pm - Copyright/Human Rights Symposium Day 2: “Declassifying the Archive” Researcher Roundtable with Cristián Gómez-Moya (Facultad de Artes, Universidad de Chile) and Lee Douglas (NYU Anthropology) @ CLACS (Rm 404).
Sunday Sept. 29
6-9pm - Chavkin Award for Integrity in Journalism in Latin America @ Rockefeller Bros Fund. Presented by NACLA.