Parole Letters for Jalil Muntaqim Due by Mid-July 2018

Let’s Bring Jalil Home on Parole in 2018! To write a letter in you own words in support of parole for Jalil, address to: Senior Offender Rehabilitation Coordinator Sullivan Correctional Facility 325 Riverside Drive Fallsburg, New York 12733 BUT SEND TO: Nora Carroll The Parole Preparation Project 168 Canal Street, 6th Floor New York, NY […]

Kevin “Rashid” Johnson is Back at Red Onion — and In Solitary

Kevin “Rashid” Johnson has been moved to Red Onion State Prison in Virginia. His lawyer’s office received a letter from him sent from Red Onion on Saturday. All Rashid’s property was transferred with him, but the Virginia Department of Corrections (VADOC) confiscated it and won’t give it to him. He has none of his legal […]

Pan-Afrikanist, Activist Remembers Ghana’s & Guyana’s Independence

Eusi Kwayana (pictured) is a Guyanese politician. A cabinet minister in the People’s Progressive Party(PPP) government of 1953, he was detained by the British Army in 1954. Later he left the PPP to form African Society for Cultural Relations with Independent Africa (ASCRIA), a Pan-Africanist grassroots political group that, after a brief flirtation with the People’s National Congress (PNC) […]

Action Alert – PA Parole Board Must Grant Janet and Janine Africa Parole

Take action Monday, June 25th – Wednesday, June 27th Pennsylvania Board of Probation and Parole: 717-787-5699 Send Email message: ra-pbppopc@pa.gov On Saturday, June 16, MOVE member Debbie Africa was released on parole from State Correctional Institution (SCI) Cambridge Springs after 39 years and 10 months of incarceration. Fellow MOVE members Janet and Janine Africa, however, were […]

Delbert Africa Statement For 6/19/2018 Debbie Africa Press Conference

June 2018 On The Move I Have to say Long Live JOHN AFRICA FOREVER !!!  Yeah, because that is where I lay credit for Sister Debbie finally coming home! It is indeed a joyful moment to realize that one of my fellow MOVE 9 members has gotten this revolutionary activity over with, but make no […]

Mumia Abu Jamal on How Trump Thinks He’s King

Listen to story: Download: mp3 (Duration: 3:09 — 5.8MB) FEATURING MUMIA ABU JAMAL – A new poll by Associated Press-NORC Center for Public Affairs Research has found that Americans overwhelmingly disapprove of presidential self-pardons. Eighty five percent of Americans surveyed think it would be wrong for a president caught committing a crime to pardon him- or herself. […]

Baby-Snatching Practice Blocked Motherhood For 20-million Seconds

Justice system abuses mothers with no apologies by:  Linn Washington Jr. Debbie Africa with son Mike Jr. (right) and lawyer Brad Thomson (left). LBW Photo The piercing, bone-deep pain for a parent from having their child forcefully snatched away by authorities is a hurt Debbie Sims Africa knows in horrific ways. The immense suffering some […]

‘How the black indigenes of West Papua are still fighting for independence since 1969.’

For over 50 years, the black indigenous community occupying the West Papua province of Indonesia have been fighting for their independence. The region was annexed by Indonesia in 1969 as provided by the United Nations General Assembly Resolution 2504 (XXIV). The annexation was considered controversial as the disaDutch, who had colonised the region considered West […]

Move’s Debbie Africa speaks

by John Mitchell Jun 20, 2018  Buy Now Attorney Brad Thomson, left, joined Debbie Africa and her son, Michael, at a news conference on Tuesday.— ABDUL R. SULAYMAN/TRIBUNE CHIEF PHOTOGRAPHER Seated alongside a son she gave birth to while in prison who was holding her grand daughter, MOVE member Debbie Africa addressed the public for […]

Remembering Mtayari Shabaka Sundiata and 400 Years of New Afrikan Freedom Fighters!

Originally posted on newafrikan77:
Historically this war strategy, the consolidation of capital, politics, racist ideology and guns has its roots in the continent of Afrika and America. The initial development of colonialist expansion on the North American continent began with the Afrikan slave trade and the genocide perpetrated against the Native American Indians. It was off the backs…