Saturday, March 15, 2014

The Move Youth Speak on the Move 9

On The MOVE.
Long Live JOHN AFRICA.
I love and miss my grandmother and I am working to help get her out of prison because I want to be able to see her whenever I want to see her and not have to see her when the system say I can.  I want to see her when I say I can.  I don’t want to go through a metal detector or take a long drive to see her.  I want her to be able to come to my house and see me, my brothers and sisters run in our backyard and go to the park.  But we can’t because this system is scared of how strong she is.  They’re scared she will make other people want to be strong like her and follow her example and start doing what’s right.  She’s working to stop this system from polluting the air, the water, and all the animals that live in the water, on the earth and fly in the sky.  She’s still stopping the system because she did not give up and I am following her example to keep fighting.  She’s still fighting just like she was on the platform using the bullhorn, putting out strong MOVE Law, exposing wrong.  After 36 years, Debbie is still fighting for all life.  Just because they put her in prison don’t mean she’ll give up, it means she’ll fight even harder.  
My name is Alex Africa and my grandmother is Debbie Africa.
Free The MOVE 9
On The MOVE
LONG LIVE JOHN AFRICA

2 comments:

Freda Willis said...

i lived near the MOVE MEMBERS IN WEST. THEY WERE THE MOST PEACEFUL NICEST PEOPLE.I WAS THERE ON MY BLOCK WHEN THEY WERE MURDERED AND SMELLED THE SMOKE OF THE POOR SOULS . I WILL NEVER FORGET THE MOVE MEMBERS. FREE THE MOVE 9 NOW . NO JUSTICE NO PEACE . THE STRUGGLE CONTINUES. I A PROUD OF THE MOVE YOUTH STILL FIGHTING THE GOOD FIGHT

Robert said...

Animals do not live in the ocean. Fish and mamals do though.