"On the Move" goes on the air as the markets open across Europe. Jonathan Ferro tracks the breaking stories and explores their impact upon those markets through expert analysis and interviews with the big business players.
Type: Talk Show
Runtime: 90 minutes
On the Move - MOVE - Netflix
MOVE is a Philadelphia-based black liberation group founded by John Africa (born Vincent Leaphart) in 1972. The group lived in a communal setting, abiding by philosophies of anarcho-primitivism. The group is particularly known for two major conflicts with the Philadelphia Police Department. In 1978, a standoff resulted in the death of one police officer, injuries to several other people, and life sentences for nine members. In 1985, another confrontation ended when a police helicopter dropped a bomb on the MOVE compound, a row house in the middle of the 6200 block of Osage Avenue, causing a fire that killed eleven MOVE members, including five children, and destroyed 65 houses in the neighborhood.
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E-library of documents concerning the group (registration required) Philadelphia: 1980s, MOVE siege – 30 photos related to the 1985 incident from The Philadelphia Inquirer. 25 Years Ago: Philadelphia Police Bombs MOVE Headquarters Killing 11, Destroying 65 Homes – video report by Democracy Now! May 13, 2010. MOVE Bombing at 30: “Barbaric” 1985 Philadelphia Police Attack Killed 11 & Burned a Neighborhood. – video report by Democracy Now! May 13, 2015. The Empire Files: An Unparalleled Act of Police Terror. The Real News. February 27, 2016.
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