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Philadelphia, PAAugust 16, 2002

FNB South Philadelphia serves food at MOVE 9 protest

Food Not Bombs South Philadelphia served food at the protest on the corner of Broad and Walnut in Center City in Philadelphia on August 10, 2002. More than 25 MOVE members and supporters (including several visiting from Spain) gathered for a demonstration to commemorate August 8, 1978. On this day, 24 years ago, more than 500 heavily armed police officers attacked MOVE headquarters in the Powelton Village neighborhood of West Philadelphia. When the MOVE family fled into the basement to avoid the attack, police countered by flooding them out ...

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Last updated: Fri, 16 Aug 2002 08:21:22 -0700

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