MOVE Film Screening + Discussion + Performance (Mar. 27, 2015)

FILM SHOWING of Let the Fire Burn, with commentary from Ramona Africa, the sole adult survivor of that horrific governmental assault on MOVE. Though a powerful movie, its narrative needs to be challenged. (NOTE: THE FILM WILL BE SHOWN AT 6:15 SHARP.)

HONOR RAMONA AFRICA for her unstoppable revolutionary commitment!

PAM AFRICA, on the occasion of International Working Women’s Day Month, on the MOVE women.

PAY TRIBUTE TO PHIL AFRICA, one of the MOVE 9, who recently died in prison under suspicious conditions. There will be an exhibition of his wonderful artwork.

PERFORMANCE in song and words, on GENOCIDE, by the amazing AMINA BARAKA.

PERFORMANCE by the MOVE revolutionary youth hip-hop group Revolt Against Wrong (RAW).

PERFORMANCE of a new song dedicated to MOVE, commissioned for this occasion, written and performed by the resilient GRANNIES.

LONG LIVE MOVE! FREE THE MOVE 9! FREE MUMIA AND ALL OUR POLITICAL PRISONERS! FREE ’EM ALL!

FRIDAY, MARCH 27, 6–9 PM
RIVERSIDE CHURCH
91 CLAREMONT AVENUE, ROOM 9T

Bus tickets to Philadelphia for the May 13 event will be sold at this event. There will be food and time to socialize.

For more information: Call hotline 212 330 8029. Leave a message. Someone will get back to you within 24 hours. Or go to www.freemumia.com.