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Philadelphia Apologizes for Deadly 1985 MOVE Bombing

November 17, 2020

On May 13, 1985, the city of Philadelphia bombed the MOVE compound.
MOVE was a Black-led organization described as a back to nature
movement. 11 people were killed, including five children. over 60
homes were destroyed. The City of Philadelphia never apologized for
bombing its citizens — until now. Over 35 years later, the Philadelphia
City Council has finally issued a formal apology. The apology also
calls for an annual day of remembrance.

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