The migrant caravan, an upcoming book launch, and more: will you support NACLA?


Dear Naclista,

Have you read our latest dispatch from the thick of the migrant caravan as it makes its way to the U.S. border? If not, take a minute. It is the kind of reporting that you have relied on and come to expect from NACLA after 50 years: compelling, informative, on the ground, and most importantly, in solidarity with those seeking justice and rights against all odds.

This year, we’ve been at the forefront of developments across the region, from the U.S.-Mexico border to Brazil, as our web content has expanded and flourished to confront threats old and new in the Americas. Our coverage is more important than ever, as Brazil faces a rising wave of neo-fascism and border militarization reaches unprecedented heights, while Trump’s demonization of immigrants continues unabated.

As we celebrate our 50th anniversary, will you support NACLA in your end-of-year donations?

Your donation is fully tax-deductible. And, if you give $150 or more, we will send you a complimentary copy of our 50th anniversary issue—140 pages covering five decades of research on, commitment to, and solidaritywith justice in the Americas.

Thank you so much for following and supporting our work.

En solidaridad,


New York area Naclistas, don’t miss our upcoming event at Verso books on Thursday, November 29, for the New York launch of Dana Frank’s new book, The Long Honduran Night, from Haymarket Books. We hope to see you there!


November 20, 2018

As the migrant caravan arrives to the U.S.-Mexico border, there has been criticism of the timing and strategy of the march. Yet a look at the lives of caravan members reveals that fleeing was not a choice, and that strength really does come in numbers.

November 19, 2018

In Bolivia, women in power, such as Indigenous mayor Bertha Quispe, often suffer political harassment and violence.

November 16, 2018

As Colombia under right-wing president Iván Duque promises to further roll back desperately-needed public university funding, a student movement is taking action against the deepening of neoliberal restructuring of public higher education in Colombia.

November 14, 2018

The trial against Berta Cáceres’ accused assassins has been riddled with irregularities and bias—and barred the victims' lawyers from participation. It is a tragic lost opportunity for justice in Honduras.

November 14, 2018

The last installment of our series on Cuba's constitutional reform, an interview with scholar and political analyst Arturo López-Levy 

November 11, 2018
Cuba’s constitution should advance a more inclusive vision of the nation, one not bound by the island’s territorial limits.
November 9, 2018

Thirty years after NACLA first reported on Efraín Ríos Montt’s genocide in Guatemala, its revelations stand the test of time. From our 50th anniversary issue, available open access for a limited time.

Border Wars
November 8, 2018

When state-sanctioned practices of child kidnapping, family internment, and indefinite detention cut off the possibility of seeking asylum at official ports of entry, Central American refugees are increasingly forced to take ever-more dangerous paths into the United States. 

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