Pam and Ramona Africa will be keynote speakers at the Social Justice Summit at Humboldt State University, beginning at 5pm on Friday, March 5th in the Kate Buchanan Room. [If you're a student, the whole summit is free; if you're not a student, the whole summit is free anyway- at least I've always just gone- no ticket collectors, etc.]
Ramona Africa is the Minister of Communications for the MOVE organization. She is the only adult survivor of the 1985 bombing of MOVE's house in Philadelphia by the Philadelphia police and Feds, which burned down 62 houses and killed everyone inside the MOVE house- animals cared for by MOVE, six adults, and five children.
Pam Africa is of the MOVE organization and is the Chairwoman of the International Concerned Family and Friends of Mumia Abu-Jamal.
One of the reasons Mumia has been so targeted by the system (which is, at this moment, amping up its campaign to execute him), why he has been on death row for 28 years, was his honesty in reporting what was really goin' on with MOVE, and how the government was attacking and killing MOVE members.
Mumia and MOVE, including MOVE members who have been in Pennsylvania prisons for 32 years, are strong, outspoken, clear, and inspiring.