by Mumia Abu-Jamal
She is known by one name.
Say the name, Ramona, and all know of whom you speak. Ramona Africa, of course.
She, like the singer Madonna, is known by one name.
But she isn’t an entertainer. As far as I know, she isn’t known for singing or dancing.
She is a revolutionary. A scarred veteran of May 13, 1985, when local, state and federal cops conspired to bomb and kill MOVE members in West Philadelphia.
Ramona survived – but didn’t escape the flames, the smoke, the deadly fumes, the hatred, unscathed.
Several weeks ago, we learned she was ill, fell into a coma, and was hospitalized.
The woman who hit the ground running, who suffered a foul and unjust imprisonment, who showed an uncanny strength, who, up for justice all over the world, has been forced to rest and to recuperate.
MOVE needs your help to support her in this rest and recuperation that she needs.
Please donate on GoFundMe page: Help Save Ramona Africa.
©Copyright 2018 Mumia Abu-Jamal. Keep updated at www.freemumia.com. Mumia’s latest book is “Murder Incorporated: Empire, Genocide and Manifest Destiny, Book One: Dreaming of Empire,” published by Prison Radio in 2018. For Mumia’s commentaries, visit www.prisonradio.org. Encourage the media to publish and broadcast Mumia’s commentaries. Send our brother some love and light: Mumia Abu-Jamal, AM 8335, SCI-Mahanoy, 301 Morea Road, Frackville, PA 17932.