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The Africas VS. America

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The Africas VS. America

 4.2 via 118 ratings in Apple Podcasts
A true crime podcast from CBC
Website: https://www.cbc.ca/podcasts

In 1985, police dropped a bomb in a Philadelphia neighborhood. Their target? A family of Black radicals known as ‘MOVE,’ who found themselves ensnared in a city — and nation’s — domestic war on Black Liberation. Over seven episodes, host Matthew Amha investigates the events that culminated in the MOVE bombing, and the long afterlife of a forgotten American tragedy.

All episodes are available ad-free on the CBC True Crime Premium channel (apple.co/cbctruecrime).

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