In the past few months, mass movements against austerity, corruption, and repression have exploded throughout the region. As tensions and uncertainty rise, NACLA continues to be a critical source of information, drawing on new and experienced voices who consistently provide our readers with deep, nuanced coverage. Will you help NACLA remain a leading source of progressive reporting on Latin America in 2020?
This was a busy year for us. In addition to a print volume that included issues on borders, corruption, labor, and municipal politics, we greatly expanded our online content at nacla.org to provide timely reporting and analysis on breaking stories, such as Puerto Rico's summer of protest, Chile's historic mobilizations, and the coup in Bolivia. We also launched a student rate for subscribers to the NACLA Report, significantly increased our Spanish- and French-language coverage, and published curated reading lists to provide background and context to current events. In 2020, we will be diving deep into topics of crucial importance for Latin America ahead of presidential elections in the United States: the impacts of a Green New Deal for the region, and the shape and possibilities of a progressive US foreign policy. To do this, we need your help. Can we count on your support this Giving Tuesday?
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