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November 10th 2015 is 20 years since the executions of writer and campaigner Ken Saro-Wiwa and 8 Ogoni colleagues by the Nigerian military government. They were murdered for their successful protest against Shell’s destruction of the Niger Delta environment.
We’ve been campaigning hard to support our Ogoni and Nigerian allies to get justice. On November the 10th we have two events to commemorate this day and to take action.
Vigil at Shell 8:00 – 10:30am, Shell Centre, Waterloo, London, SE1 7NA
Gather at Shell’s HQ to demand environmental justice in Ogoniland using Ken’s own words, and mark the lives of each of the Ogoni 9. Called by MOSOP (Movement for the Survival of the Ogoni People) and Action Saro-Wiwa
Dance the Guns to Silence II – music, spoken word, performance, DJ. Doors open 6pm; event starts at 7pm til late. At Rich Mix, 35 – 47 Bethnal Green Road, London, E1 6LA. £10.00/£5.00 (adv & concs)
Major celebration with performance poets, writers, musicians, and filmmakers, with an introduction by Lazarus Tamana, Coordinator of MOSOP. Music from Virtual Migrants, headliners Bumi and Dele, DJ Tillah Willah, spoken word from Dorothea Smartt, Young Poet Laureate for London Selina Nwulu, Zena Edwards, Sai Murray and the Numbi family. Plus updates on live events in the Niger Delta. Dance the Guns is a co-production between Numbi, Action Saro-Wiwa and Sable LitMag. Hosted by Kadija Sesay (Sable) and Kinsi Abdulleh (Numbi). Come and make some noise for Ken, whose people are still fighting for justice. See you there. Book Now.
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