|Order your box of the Spring 2011 issue of Presente today!|
Are you willing and able to order a box of Presente with 150 or 75 copies to spread the word in your community?
The Presente Activist Distributor Network is a testament to the grassroots power of the movement to close the SOA. As a grassroots movement without the backing of big foundations, the work of SOA Watch is being largely carried out and financed by volunteer activists and organizers across the Americas.
The ¡Presente! distributors are raising the $27 to cover the cost of printing and shipping and take responsibility for distributing the newspaper to friends, neighbors and strangers, at community centers, coffeehouses, universities, progressive bookstores and other places in their communities.
SOA Watch is grateful to all the ¡Presente! distributors and to everyone who made this issue possible. The bilingual and union printed Spring 2011 issue contains an interview with Argentinian anti-militarization activist Rina Bertaccinni, a report back from the SOA Watch November Vigil and lots of updates about the campaign to shut down the School of the Americas and to resist U.S. militarization. Presente also serves as a tool to mobilize people for the April Days of Action in Washington, DC. The cost per box of 150 copies (printing, shipping and handling in the U.S.) is $27, the cost of a box with 75 copies is $19.
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