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    Delbert Africa Solidarity Week

    Some time during the month of June 2015 Our Brother Delbert Africa will be making an appearance before The Pennsylvania  Parole Board. This will be Delbert’s first appearance since being denied in June of 2013. Delbert like other MOVE members were denied Parole by the board based upon these reasons as stated in Delbert’s Parole […]

    March Down Osage Avenue on May 13, 2015

    MOVE Children Led Thousand on Spirited March Through Philadelphia

    Shortly after noon on Weds. May 13, 2015, a crowd of about over 500 activists where gathered at 62nd Street and Osage Avenue to remember the date 30 years ago when the Philadelphia police and FBI dropped a bomb on the main MOVE home, killing 11 and destroying blocks of home. MOVE children (children and […]

    Thurs. April 30th Update- By Mumia’s Lawyer, Bret Grote

    I had a legal phone call with Mumia today. On that call I informed him of the medical opinion of the doctor that Mumia has chosen to assist in his diagnosis and treatment. He authorized me to share the following: The doctor we are working with is recommending that Mumia be seen by an oncologist […]

    “Mumia Is Dying In Prison/He Needs Us Now” video by journalist Sonali Kolhatkar

    “Mumia Is Dying In Prison/He Needs Us Now” Video — Watch!!

    Steve Vittoria’s new video “Mumia Is Dying In Prison/He Needs Us Now” with journalist Sonali Kolhatkar. Circulate far and wide in social media et al.  Watch it now!

    Events

    Pam Africa in Milwaukee and Madison June 26-27, 2015

    Friday, June 26, 10 a.m.
    Black Lives Matter panel @ NCOBRA Conference
    African American Women’s Center
    3020 W Vliet Street, Milwaukee
    ncobra.org
    If able, contribution requested

    Friday, June 26, 6:30 p.m.
    Conrad A Elevhjem Bldg.
    @ UW Madison, 800 University Ave., Madison
    Sponsored by Young Gifted and Black Coalition
    facebook.com/fergusontomadison
    ygbcoalition.org
    Free and open to the public

    Saturday, June 27, 11 a.m.
    Political Prisoners panel @NCOBRA conference
    African American Women’s Center
    3020 W Vliet Street, Milwaukee
    ncobra.org
    If able, contribution requested

    Saturday, June 27, 1-3 p.m.
    Nation of Islam, Mosque No. 3
    4202 North Teutonia Ave., Milwaukee
    mosque3.org/home.html
    Free and open to the public

    Saturday, June 27, 5 p.m.
    Central United Methodist Church
    639 N 25th Street, Milwaukee
    WI Cuba Coalition, Cuba Caravan visit
    wicuba.wordpress.com
    Free and open to the public

    For more info: wibailoutpeople.org 

    Friday Rallies for Mumia in NYC, Mechanicsburg, PA!

    Protest for Mumia in NYC on Fri. April 3rd
    5 pm – 5:45 pm
    Federal Building, Broadway side, between Worth & Duane, Manhattan
    March @ 5:45 pm to Anti-Police Brutality Rally @ 6 pm at 1 Police Plaza
    Int’l Action Center & Free Mumia Coalition

    Protest for Mumia in Pennsylvania on Good Friday, April 3rd
    Press Conference tomorrow, April 3rd
    11am at SCI Mahanoy
    301 Morea Rd, Frackville, PA
    We will then caravan to the office of the Department of Corrections, 1920 Technology Parkway, Mechanicsburg, PA
    Everyone & everywhere: please KEEP CALLING the head of the Dept. of Corrections, John Wentzel, 717 728-4109, and the prison superintendent., John Kerestes, 570 773-2158 x 8102 and demand that Mumia’s family be able to visit him daily and that doctors of the family’s choosing be allowed to see him. The prison infirmary almost killed Mumia with their “doctor.” When calling, please ask about WESLEY COOK #AM8335.

    30 Years of Philly Bombing & Imprisonment of the MOVE 9

    May 13, 2015 marks 30 years since the unconscionable bombing and murder of my MOVE family by the US government.  We don’t intend to allow officials or anybody else to forget what happened that day or what is really behind it- our unrelenting fight for the release of our innocent family members known as The MOVE 9.  For this reason, we are asking our supporters, and anybody who understands the need to take a stand for justice, to be at our program here in Philadelphia on May 13, 2015.

    “Let the Fire Burn” Sparks Philly Discussion

    The new documentary film, Let the Fire Burn, has catalyzed long-needed discussions about the May 13, 1985 bombing of the MOVE family by Philadelphia-Pennsylvania-U.S. authorities. It again highlights the tragedy of why are the innocent, parole-eligible MOVE 9 still imprisoned? Watch the discussion generated at the recent Philadelphia showing on Sat. May 10, 2014.

    LATEST NEWS

    Delbert Africa Solidarity Week

    Some time during the month of June 2015 Our Brother Delbert Africa will be making an appearance before The Pennsylvania  Parole Board. This will be Delbert’s first appearance since being denied in June of 2013. Delbert like other MOVE members were denied Parole by the board based upon these reasons as stated in Delbert’s Parole […]

    MOVE Children Led Thousand on Spirited March Through Philadelphia

    Shortly after noon on Weds. May 13, 2015, a crowd of about over 500 activists where gathered at 62nd Street and Osage Avenue to remember the date 30 years ago when the Philadelphia police and FBI dropped a bomb on the main MOVE home, killing 11 and destroying blocks of home. MOVE children (children and […]