What's next for independent journalism? NACLA goes digital!



What if you could read your copy of the NACLA Report on your tablet? Imagine it in full color, with access to slideshows, videos, and other interactive content not found in the print version...  ¿Que chévere, no?

Well, we've got some exciting news—NACLA is going digital this year! (Don't worry, we'll still be producing the print version.) 

We just launched an Indiegogo campaign to help us make this digital transition. Please join the campaign (there are some great perks!) and share it with your friends,  family, and anyone else you know who cares about independent journalism and social justice issues in the Americas. If you are able to contribute (at any level), thank you! And if you can't contribute now, no te preocupes—but anything you can do to help spread the word is hugely appreciated.

Help NACLA IndiGoGo Digital!
Show your support for independent journalism in the Americas:

Join the NACLA 2.0 campaign!

Share the campaign with friends and family 

Connect with us on Facebook and Twitter to stay up to date on on our progress


Plus, if you are in the New York area, join us for a  benefit fundraiser on July 31—we'd love to see you!


The Latest from NACLA Online:

João Feres Junior and Fábio Kerche: Social Unrest and Political Reform in Brazil

Kevin Edmonds: Revisiting the Cincinnati Enquirer vs. Chiquita

Keane Bhatt: On Edward Snowden, UNASUR and Double Standards

Todd Miller: Senate Immigration Bill and the Border Surge (AUDIO)

Robert Valencia: Decisive Moment for the Pro-Immigration Movement in the United States

Dario Azzellini: The Communal State: Communal Councils, Communes, and Workplace Democracy

Keving Edmonds: "Operation Lionfish" Highlights the Caribbean's Comparative Advantage

Intern with NACLA:

Social Media Intern

Assist editorial and administrative staff in doing more social media outreach to relevant publications, organizations and bloggers. Tasks include: posting daily updates of NACLA articles, blogs and events; driving more traffic to the NACLA website; recruiting more followers for NACLA on Facebook, Twitter, Google +, and other social media platforms; monitoring and responding to web comments; posting comments on other relevant sites to encourage more communication; assisting in developing an overall web marketing strategy for NACLA’s Report and archive. Knowledge of Spanish or Portuguese is helpful.

To apply: Send cover letter and resume to kyle(@)nacla.org. No calls please.

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