“Delisha’s mother, Janet Africa, deserves to know where her child’s sacred remains are.”
Philadelphia activists, UPenn students, and journalists contributed to the reckoning centering the museum’s holdings of the remains of MOVE bombing victims.
The museum has not yet addressed demands to terminate the curator who was in charge of the remains.
Janet Monge used the victim’s remains in an online course titled “Real Bones: Adventures in Forensic Anthropology.”
The bones of Black Philadelphians killed in the 1985 airstrike have been kept at the museum for decades.