Dave Foreman, 1947 – 2022

by KP Dave Foreman, who advocated for, wrote about and fought for wild nature his entire adult life, died at 74 on Sept. 19 in New Mexico, where he lived. He left an enormous legacy of work and writings, and  had a […]

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July 13: Remembering Willem Van Spronsen

It feels impossible that only one year has passed since Willem Van Spronsen’s action at the Tacoma ICE detention center, and at the same time we can’t believe it’s already July again. As we began working on our Fall issue last August, […]

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Delbert Africa, MOVE Member Released from Prison in January After 41 Years, Has Died

He died of prostate and bone cancer, said his daughter, Yvonne Orr-El, who was among a handful of speakers at a news conference during which she and others alleged that he did not receive medical treatment in prison for 18 months after first noticing symptoms.

“Had my father received the treatment he needed, the healthy, strong, smiling, humorous, sarcastic man that I called my father would still be here today,” Orr-El, of Chicago, said standing in front of a MOVE-owned home in the 4500 block of Kingsessing Avenue.

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