NACLA Update: Join us for Left Forum and a film screening!



Hello Friends!

NACLA is sponsoring a variety of events in the coming weeks and we hope to see you there! The Left Forum begins tomorrow afternoon and will be continuing Saturday and Sunday. We are sponsoring four panels on Saturday, June 8:

Venezuela Beyond Chavez I: The Policy Perspective
Drug War and the Environment in Latin America
Venezuela Beyond Chavez II: The Grassroots Perspective
The Twenty-First Century Latin American Left

Also, next Wednesday, please join us for a FREE film screening!

The Tiniest Place

A film by Tatiana Huezo

This is a story about man kind's ability to arise, to rebuild and reinvent himself after surviving a tragedy. A story about a people that have learned to live with their sorrow; an annihilated town that re-emerges through the strength and  deep love of its' inhabitants for the land and the people. A tiny place nestled   in the mountains  amidst the humid Salvadorean jungle.

(Courtesy Icarus Films)

June 12 @ 7pm

King Juan Carlos Center

53 Washington Square South

New York

Please note that we have changed the ticket structure of this event. It is now FREE, with a suggested donation. 
Reserve your ticket here!
Promotional Partner: Cinema Tropical

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NACLA Internships:
Events/Advertising Intern
Assist the director and staff to plan NACLA events and assist the Circulation and Outreach coordinator with ad outreach. Tasks include: researching and booking rental spaces, food vendors, equipment; preparing budgets; outreach to partners to promote events; coordinating list management; working at events; outreach to sell print and online ads. Strong intpersonal, organizational, and event planning skills and an ability to multitask is required.
To apply: Send cover letter and resume to anila(@) No calls please.

Social Media Intern
Assist editorial and administrative staff in doing more social media outreach to relevant publications, organizations and bloggers. Tasks include: posting daily updates of NACLA articles, blogs and events; driving more traffic to the NACLA website; recruiting more followers for NACLA on Facebook, Twitter, Google +, and other social media platforms; monitoring and responding to web comments; posting comments on other relevant sites to encourage more communication; assisting in developing an overall web marketing strategy for NACLA's Report and archive. Knowledge of Spanish or Portuguese is helpful.
To apply: Send cover letter and resume to kyle(@) No calls please.

*Please note that all NACLA internships are unpaid.

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