2 MOVE Members Now Free After More Than 40 Years in Jail


May 29, 2019 - 5:00
2 MOVE Members Now Free After More Than 40 Years in Jail

[caption id="attachment_77178" align="aligncenter" width="900"] Debbie Sims Africa, Janet Holloway Africa, and Janine Phillips Africa before their parole hearing in May 2018 (Facebook).[/caption] Two members of MOVE, a group of Black Power and environmental campaigners, were released on May 25 after spending more than 40 years in a Pennsylvania jail following a police siege that killed a Philadelphia officer. Janine Phillips Africa and Janet Holloway Africa were released from SCI Cambridge Springs a year after their petitions for parole...

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2 Replies to “2 MOVE Members Now Free After More Than 40 Years in Jail”

  1. I learned about the MOVE story when I got involved in the Free Mumia campaign and was shocked by the bombing campaign by the Philadelphia police against MOVE. I am so happy that Janine and Janet have finally been released!

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