Born in a prison cell, Mike Africa Jr. spent decades fighting to have his parents freed from prison. On a Move with Mike Africa Jr. will illuminate the issues and struggles of the people, inform the uninformed, and give you nothing but the truth.
Mike Africa Jr reflects on the 1978 confrontation between MOVE and the Philadelphia police, and why it is still relevant to this day.
Mike Africa Jr is joined by Pam Africa to answer the age old question, "Can a revolutionary retire?".
On a Move with Abdul-Aliy Muhammad
Mike Africa Jr. and organizer and writer Abdul-Aliy Muhammad continue their conversation about Penn and Princeton, further discussing what has happened since the first story came out and two new articles that go deeper into the details and truth of May 13th, 1985.
On a Move with Sunny Singh
Mike Africa Jr. speaks with hardcore videographer Sunny Singh.
On June 16th 2018 Debbie Africa was freed from prison after 40 years. On June 16th 2021 fierce MOVE sister Consuewella Africa passed. Mike reflects on these dualities and how this date will always be bittersweet.
Father's Day On a Move
Mike Africa Jr is once again joined by his pops, former political prisoner Mike Africa Sr, to discuss fatherhood,
Conversations with Mike Sr and Jr
You both have experienced life as activist and as black men in America. It would do the world a great service to hear and learn from you in a large platform. Be it a professorship or international speaking engagements, you need to be heard. I pray that the podcasts helps catapult your Perspective conversation to the masses.
On a move! ✊🏼
Hey Mike! On a move! I just listened to the latest with Monie Love and wanted to drop you a quick line to let you know I thoroughly enjoyed it. Keep it up! ✊🏼
The Approach and dialogue...
The intergenerational approach brought to dissect the political landscape that we’re currently experiencing was absolutely brilliant. I enjoyed this thoroughly and have taken this as an opportunity to broaden my knowledge about the history of this country. Mr Africa Sr is unapologetic, rightfully so... I’d love to hear more from him. He spoke so much truth!to perceived power. Asè.