Democracy Now! October 1, 1998

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Democracy Now! October 1, 1998
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All Things Censored; Nigeria; War in the Delta

(4 Minutes) All Things Censored In Pennsylvania , the regulation that bans media visits to prisoners has been dubbed the Mumia rule. Democracy Now is continuing series in support of Free Speech titled All Things Censored. GUEST: Dorothy Allison, author of BOOK: BASTARD OUT OF CAROLINA. (10 Minutes) Nigeria Focus on Nigeria's military junta and its crackdown on government corruption. Groups continue to organize against the so-called democratic transition program of Nigeria's military ruler General Abdulsalam Abubakar. GUEST: Bola Ige, one of the Alliance for Democracy. GUEST: Oronto Douglas, founder of Chicoco movement, pan Delta resistance movement, co-founder of Environmental Rights Action. (33 Minutes) War in the Delta Drilling and Killing: Chevron and Nigeria's Oil Dictatorship documents for the first time Chevron's role in the killing of two Nigerian activists. GUESTS; Oronto Douglas and Bola Ige

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October 1, 1998
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October 1, 1998
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