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The Fall 2012 issue of Presente, the newspaper of the movement to close the SOA, will become available in early September 2012. Would you be willing and able to order a box to distribute in your community? I want you to distribute Presente in your community

Click here to pre-order a box with 75 copies or a box with 150 copies of Presente. You will receive your copies of the next issue of iPRESENTE! in early September 2012.

September seems far off but our union printer needs to know now how much paper to order. Please help us print as many copies as possible, and pre-order your box of Presente TODAY!

Besides under-reported news from the Americas, this issue of Presente will feature the mobilizing information for the 2012 November Vigil. The vigil has evolved into the largest annual anti-militarization gathering in North America. Given the bi-partisan U.S. foreign policy towards Latin America, it is especially important that we turn out as many people as possible to stand up for justice and self-determination for the people of the Americas. The vigil is taking place 10 days after the November elections and it is our chance to take the stage and set the agenda against militarization and violence, no matter who is elected. Distributing Presente is a great way to educate and mobilize your community.

The $19 for a box with 75 copies / $29 per box with 150 copies covers the cost of printing and shipping. As a grassroots movement without the backing of big foundations, the activists who are doing the work are also financing the movement (thank you!). It is up to all of us to build stronger movements for justice!

For an archive of previous issues of Presente, click here.
To subscribe to receive an individual copy of Presente in the mail, click here.

To become a Presente distributor, click here to order a box with 75 or 150 copies of Presente.

Thank you,

SOA Watch

P.S. Can't distribute copies of Presente but still want to help to get the word out? Consider making a donation so we can get free boxes to community centers and other places across the country.