Alborada e-news: April 2012

Alborada e-news: April 2012


We hope you are all well. Welcome to the April 2012 Alborada e-news. Our e-news will inform you about our activities, as well as the latest information related to Latin America.

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::: Alborada e-news content:

1. Alborada News & Events

2. Other Latin America Related Information


1. Alborada News & Events

> Later in the year Alborada Films will release a documentary about the ‘Hip Hop Revolucion’ movement in Venezuela. The film is directed by Jody McIntyre & Pablo Navarrete. For more information about the film and how you can support its production click here.

> Alborada is on Twitter. We also have a Facebook page and a YouTube channel.


2. Other Latin America Related Information

::: News, Analysis, Culture

Comment & Analysis: Will Mexico’s Drug Cartels Influence the Country’s Presidential Election? (Paul Imison/Upside Down World)

Documentary Excerpt: 10 Years Since the Venezuelan Coup (The Real News)

Book Review: The Southern Tiger: Chile's Fight for a Democratic and Prosperous Future, by Ricardo Lagos (Nick Caistor/LAB)

Comment & Analysis: Obama in Cartagena: No Change, Dwindling Hope (Alex Main/Al Jazeera English

Documentary Review: Impunity, directed by Juan José Lozano and Hollman Morris (Michael Goold/Socialist Lawyer)

Comment & Analysis: Latin American Countries Call for Alternatives to War on Drugs (Danilo Valladares/IPS)

Comment & Analysis: Uruguay's Victims of Agrochemicals Break their Silence (Raul Zibechi/Americas Program)

Documentary Review: The Hour of the Furnaces, directed by Fernando Solanas & Octavio Getino (Nicole Brenez/Sight & Sound)

Comment & Analysis: Drugs and Business: Central America Faces Another Round of Violence (Annie Bird/NACLA)

Comment & Analysis: The Morales Government: Neoliberalism in Disguise? (Federico Fuentes/International Socialism)

::: Latin America Related Events

Click here to see a list of upcoming Latin America related events taking place in London and around the UK.


That's all for our April 2012 e-news. If you have any suggestions about articles related to Latin America that you would like Alborada to publish, please contact us via email: info[at]