• Welcome to Philadelphia MOVE Tee
  • Welcome to Philadelphia MOVE Tee

Welcome to Philadelphia MOVE Tee

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On May 13, 1985, the Philadelphia police department dropped a C4 satchel bomb on the MOVE organization, a black liberation group started by John Africa.

11 people were killed in the explosion and fire including 5 children; all from the Africa family. No one was ever held accountable for the attack.

This tee was made in collaboration with Mike Africa Jr, a descendant of the Africa family and a revolutionary, for the May 13th Day of Remembrance Love, Peace, and Healing Walk in Philadelphia, PA. 100% of the proceeds after production and shipping costs are being donated to the Africa family to aid in the continuation of MOVE's work and legacy.

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Product Details

premium midweight tee
gender-neutral cut
black colorway
screen printed in-house
100% combed cotton
5.6oz tight knit

How We Live

  • employ local people who have been impacted by incarceration.
  • pay above living wages and share profits equitably.
  • provide free health, dental, and life insurance to all staff.
  • use materials that work with cycles of the earth.
  • hold regular circles to address conflict and maintain peace.
  • host political teach-ins for our community.
  • build community while rejecting all systems of incarceration.
  • and more...

Customer Reviews

Based on 8 reviews

Welcome to Philadelphia MOVE Tee

Kevin Fitzgerald

Excellent product for a good cause

Samantha Klunk
Love it

I got some stickers and a T shirt love it and the love the message

in remembrance of the day philly police bombed their own people

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