Things can get a bit sticky when you are caught in the middle. It can be uncomfortable for all parties involved. It also can be hurtful. Many times people tend to lose trust.
Here are some things you shouldn't be caught in the middle.
Pray for the situation. If you find yourself in the middle of anything, talk to God about it. Advise others to pray as well.
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Ramona Africa was an active member of the Black liberation group MOVE, and is now the only survivor of the May 13, 1985 bombing of the group’s headquarters by the Philadelphia Police Department.
MOVE, founded in 1972, brought together Black and back-to-nature environmentalism, and its members were strong advocates for animal rights in addition to supporting racial justice. The name MOVE is not an acronym but rather a statement of purpose. Members were expected to be active because they believed that “everything that is alive - moves.”
Thirteen people were living in the MOVE headquarters, located at 6221 Osage Avenue in the Cobbs Creek area of West Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, in May of 1985 when nearly five hundred Philadelphia police officers surrounded the building and attempted to execute arrest warrants. When the MOVE members did not respond, the police decided to forcibly remove them, even knowing there were children inside. Police lobbed tear gas canisters at the building, MOVE members fired back at them, and a gunfight with semi-automatic firearms ensued. Police used more than ten thousand rounds of ammunition before the Police Commissioner gave the mind-boggling order that the compound be bombed.