Nigeria

Twenty years ago, Nigerian women took over ChevronTexaco and won concession

The following article first appeared on workers.org in two parts, dated Aug. 1 and 8, 2002. In honor of Black…

August 11, 2022

From Texas to Nigeria, end police brutality!

Houston Hundreds of people gathered near Wazobia African Market on the southwest side of Houston on Oct. 14 to protest…

October 23, 2020

Imperialist wars, growing income gap undermine U.N.’s Millennium Development Goals

This year, the United Nations’ Millennium Development Goals were scheduled to reach certain objectives in reducing poverty and improving living…

July 9, 2015

The disappeared ones

Taken from an Oct. 31 audio column from prisonradio.org In Mexico, fires are burning. I mean this metaphorically and literally.…

November 14, 2014

Why isn’t there more global aid to fight Ebola?

Oct. 20 — Several United States congressional representatives have called for a ban on travel into the U.S. from the…

October 22, 2014

‘Flood Wall Street!’

Mobilizing via the hashtag #FloodWallStreet, thousands of anti-capitalist protesters confronted the profiteers responsible for climate change by sitting down outside…

September 24, 2014

Imperialists host conference on Nigerian security in Paris

Reports of mutinies within the army mount while tensions escalate A conference on security concerns in Nigeria, the most populous…

May 20, 2014

U.S. hands off Nigeria!

As anger grows over abductions May 12 — A video purportedly released today by the armed Boko Haram sect based…

May 13, 2014

World Economic Forum hosted by Nigeria amid internal security crises

Africa’s leading oil-exporting state and most populous country, Nigeria has been designated by the West as Africa's largest economy, yet…

May 6, 2014

Economic growth, development and class struggle in Africa

Despite claims that Africa is experiencing one of the highest growth rates in the world, growing class divisions and rising…

April 25, 2014