From Slavery to Neoslavery: The Bight of Biafra
and Fernando Po in the Era of Abolition, 1827-1930.
experiences in the wars of southern Sudan and Biafra
Amadi's works of nonfiction include Sunset in Biafra
(1973), which recounts his experiences as a soldier and civilian during the Biafran conflict, and Ethics in Nigerian Culture (1982).
Preliminary work by Wilson and Grim suggests that Ibos from the Bight of Biafra
appear today to have a low salt retention capacity, and that this condition, if it existed in their ancestors, may have contributed to the well-known higher than average mortality rates of slaves from that region in the Atlantic crossing.
Having experienced class-condescension from a former friend eager to have Pemberton work in organizing an exclusive African American feast to Feed Biafra
, Pemberton notes that the incident was in "awful conformity with my belief that giving money to someone doesn't change the giver, doesn't alter the system" (206).
On August 27, Los Angeles Judge Susan Isacoff denied the prosecution's motion for a retrial after a jury had voted 7 to 5 to acquit Jello Biafra
, former singer for the San Francisco punk rock band the Dead Kennedys, and Michael (Microwave) Bonanno, former manager of their Alternative Tentacles record label, on charges of distributing harmful matter to minors.
Relearning the Alphabet (1970) contains poems about Vietnam, starvation in Biafra
, and riots in U.
A campaign to recreate the state of Biafra
appears to be in full swing, led by the enigmatic Nnamdi Kanu.
Mr Kanu is a leading member of one of several Biafran separatist organisations, the Indigenous People Of Biafra
A review of There Was a Country: A Personal History of Biafra
by Chinua Achebe (London: Penguin Book, 2012.