Firefighters battled a massive blaze that destroyed a West Philadelphia neighborhood after police firebombed the MOVE residence, killing 11 people in May 1985. — Temple University Archives Photo

Four decades later, embers of Philly’s MOVE bombing still smoldering | Michael Coard

BY: - May 16, 2023

A West Philly neighborhood went up in flames, taking lives and property with it. We're still waiting for accountability.

Brother of 2 MOVE bombing victims calls for Philly to release their remains

BY: - May 2, 2022

“They are my sisters. They are my immediate family,” Lionell Dotson Sr., said at a news conference outside City Hall last week. “They took them from me. They are holding them like they are trophies."

Independent report on handling of MOVE bombing victims’ remains attempts to clear Penn of fault

BY: - August 25, 2021

Penn Museum handed over the remains of the MOVE bombing victims to MOVE members July 2, according to the report.