Ken Saro-Wiwa And Mosop
by Ben Ikari


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Black & Green Wednesday Forum
Environmental Racism & Global Warming

WHEN:    7:00 pm, Wednesday, May 2, 2007
WHERE:  Legacy Books and Cafe
               5249 Delmar (near Union)

               St. Louis, MO 63108

The forum will include:

* Ben Ikari, National Union of Ogoni Students

* Henry Robertson, Green Party of St. Louis

* Barbara Chicherio, Gateway Green Alliance [moderator]

Global warming is already having its most devastating effects on people of color across the world. Costal cities from New Orleans to Africa are being hit by more intense storms. Coral reefs are disappearing, making tsunamis more violent. Drought is ruining crops.

Henry Robertson will explain the science of global warming and give an overall picture of major planetary changes that are happening and are likely to occur in the next few decades.

Ben Ikari will describe problems with oil extraction in Nigeria, including the contribution of gas flaring to global warming and increased health problems from rising temperatures. Mr. Ikari is author of Ken Saro-Wiwa and MOSOP: The Story and Revelation.

Sponsored by the Gateway Green Alliance and Universal African Peoples Organization. For more information call 314-727-8554 or visit the Greens' web site:

Last updated 21 Apr 2007. Contact: