Ramona Africa

May 13, 2017:

Chris Hedges Interviews Ramona Africa on 32nd Anniversary of the Bombing of MOVE
On the 32nd Anniversary of the MOVE bombing, Chris Hedges is joined tonight by Ramona Africa, the last remaining survivor of the 1985 standoff with Philadelphia police. On Contact on RT News on May 13, 2017.

See entire show including a segment with Mumia Abu-Jamal.

April 25, 2017:

Ramona Africa and Kareem Howard interviewed on the Morning Feed radio show on G Town Radio. Ramona shares the genesis of MOVE and the journey that took them to today.


May 18, 2017:

Black woman freedom fighter, Ramona Africa, Discusses MOVE, Liberation and Surviving 1985 Bombing
By: Lamont Lilly
March 20, 2017
Workers World, Pt. 1 of 2

The U.S. freedom fighter discusses the history of MOVE and what it means to fight for liberation in part one of an exclusive interview.
Former U.S. political prisoner, Ramona Africa, is the Minister of Communication for the MOVE Organization and a Philadelphia-based organizer with the International Concerned Family and Friends of Mumia Abu-Jamal. She is also the only living survivor of the 1985 MOVE bombing, when the FBI and Philadelphia police dropped two C-4 bombs on her organization’s Philadelphia home, killing 11 people.

Lamont Lilly: Ramona, for those who may be unfamiliar, what is the MOVE Organization? Who founded MOVE, and what is the organization about?

Ramona Africa: The MOVE Organization is a revolutionary organization founded by a Black man named John Africa. He brought people together from all different backgrounds, nationalities, religions, etc., and gave us one common revolutionary belief. That belief is in the sanctity, and all importance of life, on all levels, without exception. And it is that uncompromising belief commitment to life that has put us in direct conflict with the system that we’re living under, a system that doesn’t care anything about life — whether it’s the air, the water, the soil that feeds us, they don’t care. But as members of MOVE, we are committed to life.  Read rest of interview>>

Tuesday, December 6, 2016:

Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture

CD of this interview available for sale at the MOVE Store

Jan. 22, 2014:

Ona Move!: A Conversation With Pam Africa and Ramona Africa, Jamila K. Wilson, The Feminist Wire


Ramona Africa- most vivid memory of may 13, 1985 was children hollering that police shooting at them







September 26, 2008:

Interview with Kiilu Nyasha, host of Freedom is a Constant Struggle TV show


Ramona Africa- Nov. 2006


First speaking engagement after release (May 13, 1992) from prison

Feb. 9, 1986:

Ramona Africa leaving court for prison

Ramona Africa on Feb. 9, 1986, leaving court for prison