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FNS: Please Support Border Journalism Today

Please follow the easy instructions below to make your tax-deductible donation to FNS today.

New Mexico State University
New Mexico State University

(LAS CRUCES, NM) - Editor's note: One of the most important parts of the United States for developing news is the border region with neighboring Mexico. Many reports our readers are provided emerge from an extremely productive New Mexico State University Foundation Inc. program called Frontera NorteSur. The University's Kent Paterson regularly generates some of the most important news from this region that we carry. Please support this program that keeps our readers better apprised of border region news.
- Tim King,

Dear FNS Reader,

As a loyal subscriber, you know what an important role Frontera NorteSur (FNS) plays in filling the information gap during these critical times along the US-Mexico border. Whether FNS delivers stories about the drug war, immigration, Mexican politics, or New Mexico history and culture, here you read the stories you won’t find elsewhere.

FNS news service provides a unique blend of press summaries, original reporting and seasoned analysis to help you make sense of the realities of the border region during these turbulent times. Never has an independent news service been more necessary, and FNS is proud to be here.

But we can only continue this vital work with your help. Reader donations have helped us stay afloat and even expand the news coverage we offer. But now more than ever we need you, our readers, to step up to the plate and support FNS. We know times are tough for everyone, but by donating today you can truly make a difference. With the situation along the US-Mexico border continually evolving, you cannot afford not to be informed.

Tax-deductible donations of $75, $100, $150 or more are especially needed and appreciated, but we welcome any contribution that fits your budget. Please pass this letter on to anyone else you know who might be interested in supporting the FNS project. We also welcome any serious referrals to foundations or individual donors. Every little bit will help FNS keep providing the news you need.

Please follow the easy instructions below to make your tax-deductible donation to FNS today. And thank you!

We wouldn’t be here without your generous interest and support.

All best wishes

Dr. Iñigo Garcia-Bryce, Director &

Kent Paterson, Editor, Frontera NorteSur

 Center for Latin American and Border Studies,
 New Mexico State University

Donating to Frontera Norte Sur on-line has never been easier.

Simply go the NMSU Foundation website at:

There you will be prompted to “Find a Giving Area/Fund” Click the button and
type in Center for Latin American and Border Studies. You will then be
prompted “Tell us How You Want Your Gift Applied.” Just type in: Frontera
Norte Sur. You can also add a personal comment if you wish.

If you prefer to donate by mail, simply mail a check or money order to:

  Dr. Dennis Prescott
  Vice President for University Advancement
  Box 3590
  Las Cruces
  NM 88003

Checks and money orders should be made payable to:
 New Mexico State University Foundation Inc.

 On the memo line of the check, in the bottom left hand
 corner, put: Frontera NorteSur

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Anonymous November 2, 2012 9:03 pm (Pacific time)

He'll no, just another progressive Organization who helps the trash to invade our Country and suck us dry. Whnen you start building a wall and kick the trash out, I will give you some money. But this is not going to happen.

Editor: When you sell your soul to the devil, is it profitable?  I am just curious, thanks.

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