We are all bound by the same chain

Part IV: Campaign to Redistribute the Pain 2018 by Bennu Hannibal Ra-Sun, formerly known as Melvin Ray, Free Alabama Movement Malcolm X said it best: If you ain’t willing to die for your freedom, then you need to remove the word from your vocabulary. Whether one consciously chooses to risk his life for liberation or […]

Framed: Chapter 16

“Turned against those two bloods” —Duane Peak, September 29, 1970   Mondo was brought before Municipal Judge Paul Hickman and denied bail. Mondo, who surrendered his freedom, soon lost everything he owned.[i] “I think it was shortly after my arrest the house was burned down. Originally they said there was a fire and the house […]

Why Have The Move 9 Not Been Paroled Yet?

ONA MOVE Next Year, August 8th 2018, will officially mark 40 years that The Move 9 have been unjustly jailed in Pennsylvania prisons. The fact that innocent men and women have been wrongly jailed for this long is stomach turning in itself; not only will 2018 be symbolic of 40 years of unjust imprisonment, but […]

Running Down the Walls for US Political Prisoners!

https://www.generosity.com/fundraising/running-down-the-walls-for-us-political-prisoners As I’m sure you all know, Running Down the Walls raises funds that go directly to our dear allies behind enemy lines, including Jalil Muntaqim and David Gilbert whose thoughtful words are featured in the video, as well as Seth Hayes and Herman Bell – and that’s only looking at New York State political […]

On the Importance of Class Analysis: Lessons from Huey Newton

Huey Newton and the Black Panther Party were about much more than guns. On the Importance of Class Analysis: Lessons from Huey Newton by BAR contributor Danny Haiphong “Theory and organization guided by a class analysis is the difference between becoming the vanguard of history or simply a victim of it.” Black August has come […]

September in Philly: MOVE

ONA MOVE, family & friends! I want to make sure you are all aware that beginning September 9th through December The Philadelphia Museum of Art is doing a project on the history of Philadelphia (food, history, etc.). MOVE is front and center in this project so we hope that you will make it a point to attend […]

Albert Woodfox and Laura Whitehorn on Mass (Politikal) Imprisonment

During the August 19, 2017 Millions for Prisoners March in Washington, D.C. we caught up briefly with two formerly-held political prisoners, Albert Woodfoxand Laura Whitehorn. They shared a bit about themselves, why such gatherings are important and why we need to continue to struggle against mass incarceration. source: Albert Woodfox and Laura Whitehorn on Mass (Political) Imprisonment

MOVE update – August 2017

ONA MOVE, my friends! This is an amazing time for our MOVE family. There is so much going on that I want to be sure that you’re aware of. The latest with my family’s parole status is the continuing denial of parole for our brother Delbert Africa. Delbert was recently denied parole and given a […]

[Pnews] August 8th marks 39 years in prison for MOVE members

AUGUST 8th [Speech writ. 7/19/17] ©’17 Mumia Abu-Jamal   Early morning. A time of rest, quiet and repose. On August 8th, 1978, only the early birds in search of worms were stirring.   Also, cops assembled, heavily armed.   They attacked the MOVE House in Powelton Village, West Philadelphia, dozens, then hundreds and perhaps thousands […]

The MOVE 9: 39 years too many

By Anne Pruden Brooklyn, N.Y. — The MOVE 9 were honored on Aug. 5 at a Commemoration and Art Exhibit at Brooklyn’s House of the Lord Church. The very talented artist Sophia Dawson offered her paintings to be sold as fundraisers for these framed-up political prisoners. The MOVE 9 have been incarcerated since Aug. 8, 1978, […]