Celebrate NACLA's 50th at LASA in Barcelona! Plus, a Venezuela syllabus and more!

NACLA 50th Anniversary Reception at LASA 2018!

When: Thursday, May 24, 9:30PM - 11:00PM; toast at 9:50PM

Where: CCIB (Center Conventions Internacional Barcelona), First Floor Terrace, Room 127, Willy Brandt Square 11-14, 08019, Barcelona

Join us TOMORROW for a reception and toast celebrating 50 years in print!

Since 1967, NACLA has published the quarterly journal‚ the NACLA Report‚ blending academia‚ journalism‚ and activism‚ as well as regular online content at nacla.org. Please join us in raising our glasses to 50 years of reporting and analysis on Latin America, featuring remarks by our Executive Editor‚ Alejandro Velasco‚ as well as light snacks and refreshments.

Be sure to arrive by 9:50PM for a toast to NACLA's 50th year!

We hope to see you there!


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