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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 22, 2018, … [Read More...]

News

Mike Africa Sr, Debbie Africa, Mike Africa Jr celebrate

Interview with Debbie Africa, Mike Africa Sr and Mike Africa Jr

February 26, 2019Reprint from Global Research News Hour “There are so many injustices in this system, man, about the things they do to people, the harm they cause to people. It’s not just MOVE that are treated horribly like this.” – Mike Africa Sr, MOVE 9 member interviewed Global Research: It’s a pleasure to have […]

lots of letters

Eddie Africa remains in Pennsylvania, but correspondance goes to Florida

The State of Pennsylvania, out of all the other States in America, has taken draconian restrictions on mail. Prison authorities are opening legal mail and photocopying it in direct violation of the First Amendment. They are also doing so to personal mail. Now when you write Eddie Goodman Africa (#AM4974) you need to write to […]

‘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 […]

Advocacy

Film at Malcolm X Park

The Bombing of Osage Avenue

Still from film The Bombing of Osage Avenue

Saturday, May 4, 2019, from 6 PM – 9 PM
Malcolm X Park
400 S 51st St, Philadelphia, PA 19143

Hosted by CinéSPEAK and Black Lives Matter Philly

Mike Africa Speaking

For more info see the Facebook Event Page

Birthday Celebration For and With Ramona Africa!

Sat., June 8, 2019
Philadelphia, PA

Location and Time to be determined!

This year we are not going to have a commemoration of the bombing and murder of the MOVE family members by the City of Philadelphia, Police, and Fire Departments (but remember them personally on May 13th, the 34th anniversary). Instead, we are going to celebrate life, in particular, the life of Ramona Africa! Ramona Africa was deathly ill from after-effects of the bombing and PTSD, but she is alive and her fighting spirit and loving heart completely intact!

Ramona Africa 2019

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Attending!