August 8th: Free The Move 9 Brooklyn Event

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Ona Move

This August 8th 2017 will officially mark 39 years of the unjust imprisonment of our family collectively known as The Move 9.

Every year Our Family does a program on August 8th to draw attention to the arrest and unjust imprisonment of The Move 9. This year our annual commemoration will not be in Philadelphia as we are calling on all of our friends and supporters in The New York City And Tri State Area to join us on Saturday August 5th, 2017, at The Historic House Of The Lord Church In The People Republic of Brooklyn, New York.

The Historic Program will be themed "39 Years Too Long Free The Move 9." And what a program it will be. From 2pm -4pm for the first time ever we will be holding A MOVE Art Exhibit featuring the works of Sophia Dawson, featuring paintings on The MOVE Organization. The cost of The reception will be $20 Dollars which will include a light meal and reception with Sophia Dawson and The Children of The MOVE Organization. This will be the first part of our program which will serve as fundraiser for The Move 9.

The Second part of our program will be a free evening program which will focus on the 39 year imprisonment of our family and the fight to bring them and other political prisoners home.

The Program will go from 5pm-8pm and will feature Ramona Africa, Pam Africa, Charles and Inez Barron, Daniel McGowan, Lawrence Hamm, Suzanne Ross, Infinite Wiz, James McIntosh, Milton Allimadi and Our Brother Mumia Abu Jamal. There will also be performances by MOVE youth The Raw Life Crew and also Infinite Wiz.

This Program will be very important as we will discuss the June 2017 parole hearing and now parole denial of Delbert Africa, The August 8th, 2017 Twitter Storm for The Us Justice Department Petition for The Move 9 in which we are still asking people to sign at

We are urging all twitter users to sign on more info to follow.

Lastly we will be setting the stage For The 2018 Campaign for The Anniversary For The 40 Year imprisonment of The Move 9.

So We Hope To See Every One There

Ona Move.

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