This morning we speak to Ramona Africa, Spokeperson for MOVE about her recent visit to San Francisco Bay Area as a part of the Welcome Home Lynne Stewart, the People's Attorney, May 2-4, 2014. She speaks about the MOVE 9 and the anniversary of the MOVE residence, May 13, 1985 where everyone was killed except Ramona and a child, the late Birdie Africa. On Saturday, May 10, 2014, there will be a Screening of “Let the Fire Burn” at the Rotunda at 40th & Walnut, Philadelphia. Visit http://onamove.com/ On May 13, 1985, by order of local Philadelphia authorities, police dropped military-grade explosives onto a MOVE-occupied rowhouse killing 11 people (including five babies). Watch a new documentary about the event and the struggles to bring Philadelphia officials to justice and free the adult survivors–who are still in jail after 36 years, while their attempted murderers walk free! We close with an interview from the archives with Ericka Huggins about The Black Power Mixtape film.
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