NACLA Update: NACLA Holiday Gifts! Plus, Last Chance to RSVP for the Chavkin Award


Dear NACLA Supporters,

Hope everyone had a happy Thanksgiving. It's been quiet here after the long weekend, so we'll keep this update short.

The rescheduled Chavkin Award presentation honoring Honduran journalist Felix Antonio Molina is coming up on December 3rd. Most of you have confirmed your RSVP, and there are only a few spots left. The deadline's technically past, but we can take 10 more people, so email ASAP to reserve your seat.

The Details:
Rockefeller Brothers Fund
475 Riverside Drive (at 120th St.)
New York, NY 10115
6-8 p.m.
RSVP Required!

Additionally, the super sale at the NACLA bookstore is almost over! We've sold out out all our stylish embroidered NACLA satchels and messenger bags, but there are still some books going for ultra reduced prices ($5 to $15) and red NACLA canvas totes ($4). For the Latin Americanist in your life (or for you), these affordable items would make great gifts.

This week on the NACLA blogs:

Kevin Edmonds:

Despite Global Opposition, United States Votes to Continue Cuban Embargo

Emily Achtenberg: Earth First? Bolivia's Mother Earth Law Meets the Neo-Extractivist Economy

Mario A. Murillo: #Radical Media: Communication Unbound

Kevin Edmonds: The Caribbean 's Agricultural Crisis

Nazih Richani: The United States and the Future Security Role of Colombia

Juan Antonio Ocasio Rivera: Our Resistance: An Interview With Rafael Cancel Miranda

Suyapa Portillo Villeda: 'Outing' Honduras: A Human Rights Catastrophe in the Making

We want to hear what you have to say! Whether you totally agree with our authors or passionately dispute the angle of an article, leave a comment. With your participation, NACLA online can be a rich forum for discussion on the Latin America topics of the day.

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

Cover Fall 2012

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