The 21 essays in this collection explore key global issues including climate change, environmental pollution, the rights of minority groups in the face of abuse by large corporations, and promoting diversity and equality in all its aspects. The death-row correspondence, has been the catalyst for this collection, which I hope, will inspire us to continue the justice and equality quest of Ken Saro-Wiwa. — Gemma Irvine, Vice-President Equality & Diversity, Maynooth University
I hope this rich and diverse collection of essays and poems goes some way to fulfilling his wishes, and strengthens in us – writers, poets and readers – the resolve to tell the stories of marginalised and oppressed communities everywhere. Our voices can help create a world where justice and equality are the cornerstone of our societies.– Helen Fallon, Deputy University Librarian
HELEN FALLON took up the post of Deputy Librarian in 2000. Prior to that she held a number of library posts including Assistant Librarian in a medical library in Saudi Arabia; lecturer in library and information studies at the University of Sierra Leone; Business & Education Librarian at DCU; Science Librarian at DCU and Head of Information and Public Services at DCU. She has carried out a number of library consultancies in African countries including Namibia, Tanzania and Sierra Leone.