Talk:Kumi Naidoo

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Greenpeace Leader Visits Boardroom, Without Forsaking Social Activism by John M. Broder New York Times (Dec 7, page A9 in print) published December 6, 2011, excerpt ...

The bearded South African in the blood-red dashiki took a seat in the front row amid a sea of dark-suited executives on Monday morning at a side meeting of the United Nations climate change conference here. “Kumi, it’s good to see you here,” the host of the meeting at a seaside hotel, Bjorn Stigson, president of the World Business Council for Sustainable Development, told Kumi Naidoo, executive director of Greenpeace International. “I’d much rather have you inside the room here than outside protesting.”

"Since he was named the head of Greenpeace two years ago, Mr. Naidoo, 46, who cut his teeth as a teenager in the antiapartheid movement in his native Durban, ... Mr. Naidoo fled South Africa as a young man after repeated arrests and beatings for antigovernment actions. He won a Rhodes scholarship to Oxford University, earning a doctorate in political sociology and forming a lasting friendship with Susan E. Rice, President Obama’s envoy to the United Nations and a former assistant secretary of state for African affairs."

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