The Move 9

1985. Philadelphia city police dropped a bomb on this block (Osage Avenue)  and let it burn. Five children and six adults, members of a small radical collective called MOVE, died; 61 homes in a middle-class neighborhood were destroyed. As the nation watched, Philadelphia became the city that bombed its own people.

The firefighters were stopped from putting out the fires based on allegations that firefighters were being shot at, a claim that was contested by the lone adult survivor Ramona Africa, who says that the firefighters had earlier battered the house with two deluge pumps when there was no fire. Police shot at those trying to escape the house and acknowledge firing over 10,000 rounds.

MOVE was also racially inclusive and vegan. Their group was and is still truly revolutionary and their story is one of the most tragic in American history. There is a fantastic 2013 documentary on them called Let the Fire Burnavailable instantly on Netflix and Leftover Crack has an awesome song about them.

Mischief Brew has a song about them too.

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Daily Show correspondent Michael Che tries to find a safe place to report from.

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Sheen Estevez, Ace Attorney

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Jon Stewart wins over O’Reilly ever single time. 


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Something I made in lieu of Donald Glover getting the role.


Something I made in lieu of Donald Glover getting the role.

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Otters frolicking underwater.

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