Beyond Prisons — Episode 29: Kempis ‘Ghani’ Songster (Part 2)

Kim Wilson speaks with formerly incarcerated activist Kempis “Ghani” Songster about the black liberation group MOVE in the second part of episode 29. Source: Beyond Prisons — Episode 29: Kempis ‘Ghani’ Songster (Part 2) Advertisements

Habeas Petitions Filed To Free Move Members Janet and Janine Africa

(Philadelphia, Pennsylvania) Today, the Abolitionist Law Center and the Peoples Law Office filed Habeas motions in the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania on behalf of Janet Hollaway Africa and Janine Phillips Africa of the MOVE 9, to appeal the decision of the Pennsylvania Board of Probation and Parole (board) to deny them parole in May of 2018. Despite maintaining favorable recommendations and receiving […]

A siege. A bomb. 48 dogs. And the black commune that would not surrender

Black power behind bars Forty years ago, Philadelphia erupted in one of the most dramatic shoot-outs of the black liberation struggle. Ed Pilkington tells the surreal story of the Move 9 – and what happened to them next Tue 31 Jul 2018  The photograph is one of the standout images of the 1970s black liberation struggle. An […]

MOVE: Over four decades of resistance

By Ted Kelly   Earlier this summer, Philadelphia was in a state of celebration when political prisoner Debbie Africa was released after nearly four decades in prison. In August, prison abolitionists, in Philadelphia and across the world, will observe an anniversary with more solemnity than rejoicing. August 8, 2018, marks the 40th anniversary of the city’s […]

Mike Africa is now at SCI Phoenix

Michael Davis Africa #AM4973 SCI Phoenix P.O. Box 244 Graterford, PA 19426-0244 Note: its the same POB as Graterford. Write him a letter or send him a card and let him know he is in our hearts and on our minds.

MOVE 9 40 Year Commemoration

August 8th 2018 will mark Forty Years Since The Move 9 have been unjustly imprisoned for a crime the entire world knows they did not commit. From the day they were arrested on August 8th 1978, During Their Trial, The Day After they were each sentenced to 30-100years, During the Ten years of the parole process, and The 40 years of being unjustly imprisoned […]

Murder Incorporated: Empire, Genocide, and Manifest Destiny

Listen to story: Download: mp3 (Duration: 11:56 — 10.9MB) FEATURING MUMIA ABU-JAMAL – A new book authored by Stephen Vittoria and political prisoner Mumia Abu Jamal, explores the history of the United States and takes on the myth that the US is a beacon for freedom and democracy. Murder Incorporated: Empire, Genocide, and Manifest Destiny is actually […]

Protect Political Prisoner Delbert Africa, icon and leader of MOVE

by the MOVE Organization ONA MOVE! This is an urgent message about our brother, Delbert Africa. Delbert is experiencing disturbing symptoms that are eerily similar to what our brother, Phil Africa, experienced before passing away in prison. Delbert tells us that he’s having vision problems, he’s seeing spots and he’s also urinating nearly every hour. […]

MOVE May 13 Commemoration

  May 13, 2018 Commemoration Friday, May 11, 2018 from 5 to 8 p.m. The African-American Museum, 7th and Arch Streets, Philadelphia For more info: 215-386-1165; onamovellja@gmail.com

MOVE Parole Update

ONA MOVE Today it was brought to our attention by Our Brother Eddie Africa that Guards at SCI Mahanoy did  a thorough search of his cell. Upon their search, guards confiscated several letters written to Eddie by Fellow MOVE Political Prisoner Janet Africa, who has authorized approval from the superintendent of her prison to write […]