Framed In America Harlem NYC Saturday February 24th 2018

ONA MOVE On Saturday February 24th 2018 The MOVE Organization and Supporters of MOVE are calling for all our friends in NYC and the TriState area to join us at The National Black Theater in Harlem NYC for an historic program we are hosting entitled Framed in America: The Making of Political Prisoners. Our program […]

Estavinco Dorantes: The first African slave to arrive in what is now known as the U.S.

The slave trade was a catastrophic event that severely disrupted the lives of Africans and individuals of African descent.  Though there are accounts of the voyage and other pertinent details, we are told little about the first arrivals from Africa to their unfortunate destinations.  Keep reading to learn more about Estavinco Dorantes, the first African […]

Long Live Tongogara and Thomas Sankara

by Obi Egbuna Jr. Simunye Let us remember two fallen sons of Mother Africa who truly represent and exemplify the bravery and patriotism which best defines our collective fighting spirit and resolve, Comrade Thomas Sankara, Burkina Faso’s former president, and the commander of ZANLA’s guerilla army, Gen. Josiah Magama Tongogara. This year marks the 30th […]

UPDATE FROM RAMONA AFRICA

ONA MOVE, Everybody! Let me remind you of some upcoming activities regarding The MOVE 9. There is a program  February 15th here in Philadelphia at The Rotunda (40th & Walnut St.). There will be performers competing for participation in the August 2018 event- 40 year wrongful imprisonment of our family. There will also be a program in NYC at The National Black […]

This Monday January 22nd 2018 Take Action For Eddie Africa

Ona Move On January 11th 2018 Our Brother Eddie Africa made his latest appearance before The Pennsylvania Parole Board.The Parole Agents who interviewed Eddie seemed not at all interested in that the fact that Eddie has the recommendation of his facility for parole, nor his spotless infraction record or the fact that letters of support […]

READ: Patrice Lumumba’s most revealing letter written before his assassination

BY ISMAIL AKWEI Congolese politician Patrice Lumumba after he was captured by soldiers under the command of Joseph Mobutu in 1960 Congolese politician and first Prime Minister of the independent Democratic Republic of Congo Patrice Emery Lumumba was assassinated on this day in 1961 at the age of 36. Today marks 57 years after his death […]

Dr. King Must Never Be Remembered

“There is, of course, the syndrome Lenin spoke about when he said that once opponents of the bourgeoisie are dead the rulers transform these class enemies into ciphers or agreeable sycophants of Imperialism (however “askew” they might have “seemed” in life) who are now ‘rehabilitated’ all the way into being represented as the very opposite […]

Amerikan Crime Case #99: May 13, 1985: The MOVE Massacre

American Crime is a regular feature of revcom.us. Each installment will focus on one of the 100 worst crimes committed by the U.S. rulers—out of countless bloody crimes they have carried out against people around the world, from the founding of the U.S. to the present day.   Above: Osage Avenue burns after Philadelphia police dropped […]

Upcoming Parole Actions for The Move 9: January 8th, 9th , and 10th

In 2008 The Move 9 all became eligible for parole, completing their minimum sentence of 30 years of a 30 to 100 year sentence. We are now in the year 2018, ten years after The Move 9 have reached their minimum and not one of the remaining imprisoned MOVE members have been paroled from prison. […]

The Move 9: 2018 and 40 Years of Unjust Imprisonment

Ona Move As The dawn of a new year approaches many people reflect back at the past year and then reflect on the upcoming new year. People reflect on their goals, plans, some reflect on their new age etc. For the families and friends of the incarcerated we reflect on another year of being separated […]