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 […]

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 […]

‘This is huge’: Black liberationist speaks out after her 40 years in prison

Exclusive: Debbie Sims Africa, the first freed member of a radical Philadelphia group many say were unjustly imprisoned, talks about reuniting with her son and defends the Move members still locked up: ‘We are peaceful people’  Debbie Sims Africa was 22 when she was sentenced. Her release is seen as a major breakthrough for those imprisoned […]

Potency of Walter Rodney?s ideas 38 years after assassination

Caribbean360 by Wazir Mohamed Jun 15, 2018 Thirty-eight years have passed since Walter Rodney was assassinated in Guyana on 13 June 1980 in Georgetown, Guyana’s capital city, but his legacy lives on beyond his home-country. In the 2014-2016 Commission of Inquiry into the circumstances that led to his death, evidence was produced that showed that […]

Marcos is gay’

from The Majority Disguised as the Resented Minority” (31 May 1994) Some time ago, in an attempt to discredit one of the Zapatista leaders in southern Mexico, Sub-comandante Marcos, government officials there tried to put forth the idea that Marcos was gay. In a region where machismo still runs strong, it was hoped this would tarnish […]

Freeing Jalil Muntaqim and the Continued Plight of U.S. Political Prisoners

Jalil Muntaqim will once again come up for parole next month.  Support for political prisoners is essential for at least honoring their efforts and the politics which drove their work and is also essential for maintaining an appropriate standard for defining “progress,” “change,” “advance.”  Particularly now when more than ever a sophisticated application of popular culture and celebrity […]

Monday April 16th The People vs The PA Parole Board

ONA MOVE First we would like to take the time to thank everyone that made phone calls, sent faxes, tweets, and emails on behalf of The Move 9 Sisters, as this is the first phase in our push for parole. As we had addressed earlier, Governor Wolf has indeed made changes to the parole board […]

10 Members of the Black Panther Party You Should Know

  by  IME EKPO Black history is a level of intelligence that requires consistent daily acknowledgement. One month is not enough. Founded in 1966 by Huey P. Newton and Bobby Seale in Oakland, California, The Black Panther Party for Self Defense (BPP) became known as one of the most notorious organizations in black history. Armed with mighty knowledge bound to revolutionary acts […]

Che Guevara in the Congo

credits: Jacobin  by David Seddon The idea of Guevara as a latter-day Don Quixote, setting out on his adventures to undo wrongs and bring justice to the world, and, despite a series of disastrous encounters, managing to survive with spirits undiminished until the very end, is one that appeals to the romantic in all those […]