A Message of Gratitude from the Border
We'll have a photo essay tomorrow from Todd, but first, we need your support dear reader.
Dear Friends and Fronterizos,
We started The Border Chronicle to help dispel the myths and misinformation that circulate about the borderlands. To this end we aim to provide in-depth, informative reporting and analysis from a border perspective. Since launching in September, we’ve published more than two dozen pieces on everything from climate change and border enforcement to border theater and the right-wing media. We’ve also featured several interviews, both written and audio, with Tohono O’odham cultural activist Amy Juan, human rights defender and attorney Carlos Spector, and Mexican border scholar and author Oswaldo Zavala, just to name a few.
Thank you for your encouragement over the past few months. But to continue, we need your support. If you have enjoyed reading The Border Chronicle, please become a subscriber for only $6 per month. If you are thinking, well, that’s less than a fancy beverage, especially considering the quality journalism arriving in your inbox every week, then consider supporting The Border Chronicle as a founding member at the rate of $125 per year. The first five people who sign up as a founding member will receive a signed copy of Todd’s most recent book, Build Bridges, Not Walls, and Melissa’s Bloodlines, just in time for the holidays. If you are giving the book as a gift, we would be happy to sign a personal dedication as well.
We hope you’ll sign up today. As a paid subscriber, you’ll receive access to exclusive content, including live chats and discussions with invited border experts in the coming year.
A subscription to The Border Chronicle also makes a great gift! Sign up for a gift subscription today and let us know if you would like us to send a note to your friend or family member, letting them know of the gift subscription.
Thank you for your support! You make The Border Chronicle possible. Thank you for valuing quality, independent journalism about our beautiful, complex borderlands. We appreciate you.
Warmest holiday wishes, and with much gratitude,
Melissa and Todd