MOVE (narrated by Howard Zinn)
(Dir. Ben Garry and Ryan McKenna, 2004, 55 min.)
A documentary detailing the controversial history of the radical African-American commune, MOVE. Narrated by Howard Zinn and woven with interviews and archival material, this film foregrounds issues of Black identity, separatist living, political racism, and police brutality that have become part of a contentious national debate since the 1985 Philadelphia fire-bombing.
Ramona Afrika the only Adult survivor of the Bombing of the MOVE house will be present at the screenings to respond to any questions, as well as other members of the MOVE family whose parents are still in prison after 30yrs.
343 Lenox Ave.
New York, NY 10027
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|Dog Friendly: No|
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