"People do respond. Just because people aren't active as they should be, doesn't mean their sentiments aren't with you. We have to turn that feeling into action."
What's the best way you can honor Malcolm and the memory of those 5 children and 6 adults?
Rallies are held in Philadelphia to educate the people and to organize support for the release of the MOVE 9. If this isn't happening in your city, then what are you waiting on? Regard the release of the MOVE 9 as "urgent" business. Join Ramona Africa and the MOVE family and all who struggle for the rights of the people. The pit, created by your fear, is not your home! The power is with you. Look up, and tell the audience: You sustain this shadow of tyranny. All of you, all at once, blow it away!
Give Sister Ramona a call: (215) 387-4107 and go to onamove.com or www.move9parole.blogspot.com. Then wish Malcolm a happy birthday!
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