Free Copies of YES!
LATIN AMERICA RISING
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Through a donor-supported program, we are able to send 50-200 FREE copies of the special Latin America Rising issue of YES! for you to distribute at events, to your membership, in mailings, or in other ways you find appropriate. The magazines are being offered free of charge (minimal shipping charges to be covered by recipients)—but on a time-limited basis.
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WHAT'S IN THE LATIN AMERICA ISSUE OF YES! MAGAZINE?
You'll find the table of contents of our Latin America issue here, and below are a few summaries to give you a quick idea:
* Co-Director of the Institute for Policy Studies' Sustainable Energy & Economy Network, Nadia Martinez, on citizens in Latin America reclaiming democracy through grassroots movements.
* "8 Hotspots of Progress" maps the social movements, new leaders, and cross-border alliances that are transforming South America.
* YES! Executive Editor Sarah van Gelder examines the Cuban health care system and how it is being hailed as a model for health care worldwide.
* Michael Fox looks at how the poor in Venezuela are creating cooperatives that promise long-term living wage jobs and power in their workplaces.
* Marina Sitrin, author of Horizontalism, tells of the dynamic workers' rights and economic solidarity movements of Argentina.
* Marcelo Mendoza, examines the impact of Michelle Bachelet, the first woman ever elected president of a South American country, on gender, power, and politics in Chile.
* "U.S. Role Turned Upside Down" looks at five ways that U.S. economic, military, and covert influence is waning in Latin America.
* Jubenal Quispe, delves into Evo Morales' leadership in Bolivia—his rise from poor and rural roots, and what his presidency means for increased indigenous power and cultural pride in Bolivia.
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