NACLA 2019 Summer Fundraising Campaign

NACLA is launching a summer 2019 fundraising campaign. Become a monthly recurring donor today!

September 15, 2019

This summer, we're counting on the support of NACLA readers like you!

The Americas are in turmoil. In Brazil, bombshell revelations about Operation Car Wash have confirmed long held suspicions concerning the partisan underpinnings of right wing anti-corruption rhetoric. In the United States, the horrors of punitive immigration policies are coming into sharper and more terrifying focus every day. In Honduras, ten years after a U.S.-backed coup people retake the streets despite brutal repression. Peru narrowly avoided a constitutional crisis as the Vizcarra administration combats graft, while in Guatemala presidential elections portend far-reaching consequences for the region's future. And in Venezuela, tensions remain high as more and more people leave the country amid a crisis of staggering proportions.

For these and so many other stories, you have relied on NACLA for insightful, thorough, progressive coverage and analysis that you won't find elsewhere in the news media. That is our mission and commitment, as it has been for over 50 years. Will you support us with a donation to our summer campaign? It's now easier than ever.

Whether through our quarterly NACLA Report, timely articles on our website nacla.org, or initiatives like expanded Spanish language coverage, our Caribbean reporting grant to address environmental issues in the region, and new collaborations like our upcoming issue on Radical Cities, you come to NACLA for expert voices, on-the-ground reporting, social justice activism, and solidarity. To help us continue this work, will you become a monthly recurring donor?

Please spread word of this campaign using the hashtag #SupportNACLA on your social media. With your help, we will continue to provide the in-depth, expert analysis on Latin America that has been NACLA's hallmark for over 50 years. Thank you!

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