Silence Would Be Treason
Silence Would Be Treason: Last writings of Ken Saro-Wiwa, by Ide Corley, Helen Fallon and Laurence Cox (eds), reviewed by Sarah Shoraka

Oil uprising: Two decades after Ken Saro-Wiwa’s death, the Ogoni struggle is reigniting
Patrick Kane of War on Want and Sarah Shoraka of Platform report from the Niger Delta on the Ogoni people’s struggle against Shell and the wider mobilisation in Nigeria towards 2015 as a ‘year of change’

Classic book: Winter in July
Sarah Shoraka looks back at Winter in July by Doris Lessing

Celebrating the summer of resistance
Sarah Shoraka looks ahead to a summer of mass actions and reflects on why the biggest threat to the status quo is when we take to the streets