Ramona Africa in hospital

Help Ramona Fight For Her Life

The MOVE Organization is informing our supporters, sympathizers and all those in solidarity with the cause of revolution, that our much beloved Ramona Africa, MOVE’s Minister of Communication, survivor of the May 13, 1985, holocaust, has been hospitalized as a result of health complications coming from a condition called PTSD (post traumatic stress disorder). A … [Read More...]

News

‘I’m ecstatic’: black liberation prisoner Mike Africa Sr released after 40 years

Reprinted from The Guardian October 23, 2018 By Ed Pilkington Member of the radical Philadelphia-based group Move 9, sentenced after violent confrontation with police in 1978, reunited with wife Debbie Africa and son Mike Jr   Mike Africa Sr has become the second member of the Philadelphia-based group of black radicals known as the Move 9 […]

Ramona Africa speaks at rally in 2016 by Dan McQuade

Sole remaining survivor of MOVE 9 tragedy gravely ill; community seeks funds

By Cherri Gregg August 22, 2018 Reprinted from WKY News Radio Supporters have launched a GoFundMe account. WEST PHILADELPHIA (KYW Newsradio) — The last remaining survivor of the 1985 MOVE tragedy is gravely ill, and her supporters are asking for help. “Ramona Africa’s health is critical at this point,” Sue Africa told reporters Wednesday, August […]

Debbie Africa (mother) and Mike Africa Jr (son) await release of Mike Africa Sr

Debbie Africa Free! Baby-Snatching Practice Blocked Motherhood For 20-million Seconds (40 years)

June 20, 2018 Linn Washington Jr. Reprinted from ThisCantBeHappening.net Justice system abuses mothers with no apologies Debbie’s son Mike said life was “hard” for him growing up without his mother and father, not having their “guidance” at times when he needed it. Mike said that when he went to wake up his mother the morning […]

MOVE 9 40 Year Commemoration

MOVE: Over four decades of resistance

By Ted Kelly July 30, 2018 Reprinted from International Action Center website Earlier this summer, Philadelphia was in a state of celebration when political prisoner Debbie Africa was released after nearly four decades in prison. In August, prison abolitionists, in Philadelphia and across the world, will observe an anniversary with more solemnity than rejoicing. August […]

Advocacy

Pack the Court and Streets for Mumia on Mon., October 29, 2018!

Monday, October 29, 2018 – 8 am,
Court Hearing for Mumia,
Criminal Justice Center,
1301 Filbert Street,
Room 1108,
Philadelphia, PA;
Get directions

 

In a court case that could eventually lead to Mumia Abu-Jamal’s freedom, Judge Leon Tucker has ordered the District Attorney’s office to present new testimony in reference to Ronald Castille, on August 30, 2018. Castille is a former PA Supreme Court judge who refused to disqualify himself when Mumia’s case came before the court despite having been the Philadelphia District Attorney during Mumia’s prior appeals. The U.S. Supreme Court has ruled that such conduct is unconstitutional.

A New Chance for Mumia

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A recent update on Mumia Abu Jamal’s case:
Philadelphia DA’s office stonewalls at hearing for Mumia Abu-Jamal
May 3, 2018