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One Reason Gas is Emptying Your Wallet: Nigeria

Please read this interesting piece in today’s NYT Week In Review section about Nigeria’s impact on world oil prices. It gives important insights into what is also going on in the Niger Delta. NYT Week in Review I am also reprising the article in full here: June 29, 2008...

June 29, 2008

Check Out Sven’s Blog on Daily Kos

My friend Sven Eberlein has posted a mention of Curse of the Black Gold on his vibrant blog…check it out! Citisven

June 25, 2008

Ed Kashi Interview with Lisa Mullins

Ed Kashi did an interview with Lisa Mullins on Wednesday, June 11. Please visit The World for further information.

June 11, 2008

Curse of the Black Gold Website Live!

The new website for Curse of the Black Gold is now officially live! Please visit Curse of the Black Gold and let us know what you think!

June 11, 2008

San Francisco Board of Supervisors vs. Chevron

Please note that on June 10th at 5pm at San Francisco City Hall on Van Ness (off Civic Center BART), while the SF Board of Supervisors considers adopting a resolution condemning Chevron for global abuses, you can go there to make your voices heard. Please come in solidarity with...

June 08, 2008

PX3 Prix De La Photographie Paris

In a recent photographic contest based in Paris, a photo essay that is part of my work on the Niger Delta was recognized. Please have a look. PX3 2008

June 03, 2008

Global Witness Website Link to Niger Delta Images

One of the reasons for making images of issues that matter to me is to have them used and reused by people, organizations and institutions to further educate, advocate and illuminate. Rick Jacobsen at Global Witness contacted us recently to use some of my Niger Delta work for their...

June 03, 2008

OnEarth Magazine Runs Review of Curse of the Black Gold

Here is the link to a short review of my new book, Curse of the Black Gold, just published by PowerHouse Books. OnEarth Magazine Review

June 03, 2008