‘Night for Ramona’

At Uncle Bobbie’s Coffee & Books in Philadelphia on Oct. 12, around 100 people attended a “Night for Ramona” to honor, celebrate and raise money for civil rights icon Ramona Africa. Speakers included (left to right) Gabe Bryant, Pam Africa, Johanna Fernandez, Eleanor Johnson ­(Ramona Africa’s mother), Mike Africa, Tony Monteiro and Marc Lamont Hill.

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