May 12, 2021,
By Making Contact radio show (original link),
Host/Producer: Anita Johnson.
On this episode of Making Contact, MOVE members and supporters of the Black radical liberation group demand that the University of Pennsylvania and Princeton University return the remains of two children killed in the 1985 MOVE bombing in Philadelphia. Both Universities claim to not know where the remains of the two children, Tree Africa, age 14, and Delisha Africa, age 12 are being housed.
Image Credit: Joe Piette
Image Caption: On April 28, 2021, MOVE and community members gathered in front of Penn Museum to protest and demand the remains be returned. Mike Africa Jr. on the microphone.
Michael Moses Ward, formerly known as Birdie Africa, one of two survivors of the 1985 MOVE bombing in Philadelphia
Mike Africa Jr., the son of Debbie Sims Africa and Michael Africa Sr. of the MOVE 9 (who were incarcerated for the 1978 killing of Officer James Ramp, though Mayor Goode in the documentary 40 Years a Prisoner stated he believed Ramp died of friendly fire)
Dr. Kyrstal Strong, an assistant professor of Education at UPenn and member of BLM
Host/Producer: Anita Johnson
Making Contact Staff
Staff Producers: Monica Lopez, Anita Johnson, Salima Hamirani
Executive Director: Sonya Green
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