MOVE 9/Mumia Media Month!

from Denver Anarchist Black Crossmove9-grid-210x310px-web

As part of a three stage strategy to bring our comrades home, We’ve announced February to be MOVE 9/Mumia Media Month.

There are already a few awesome upcoming events, and we encourage Move and Mumia supporters in other parts to host events in their communities. If you’re interested in signing on to Move Media Month, please drop an email to denverabc[at]riseup.net with a date/time and description of your event and we will add it to the list.

Upcoming Move 9/Mumia events:

-Wednesday February 12th:
Ramona Africa will be speaking on the case of The Move 9 and will
Feature a film screening of The 1978 Move Confrontation in Philadelphia .
7:00pm @ Bluestockings Radical Books
172 Allen Street (between Stanton and Rivington Streets)
New York, NY 10002

-Saturday February 15th:
Mumia Film Festival, featuring Mumia Abu Jamal. Admission $10 Donation.
12:00pm @ The National Black Theater in Harlem NYC
2031-2033 National Black Theater Way (5th Ave between 125th And 126th Streets)
New York, NY 10035

-Wednesday February 19th:
Featuring Ramona Africa, Cornel West, and Mark Lewis Taylor
In a discussion on Religion, Rebellion, and Move.
6:00pm @ Medgar Evers Colledge
1650 Bedford Ave. (between Carroll and Montgomery streets)
Brooklyn, NY 11225 ‎

-Saturday February 22nd:
Denver ABC will be hosting a film screening of The 1978 MOVE Confrontation in Philadelphia, followed by discussion.
1:00pm @ Blair-Caldwell African American Research Library
2401 Welton St
Denver, CO 80205

The PA DOC has held our comrades captive for over 30 years, for crimes that they are proven innocent. Let’s bring them home…

MOVE is an eco-revolutionary group for black liberation and in defense of all life. There are currently eight MOVE activists in prison each serving 100 years after been framed for the murder of a cop while their house was being raided in 1978. The 9th defendant, Merle Africa, died in prison in 1998. Parole hearings for the rest of the MOVE 9 now occur roughly yearly. Your support can help them get released on parole.

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