This protest poster demands that Darren Wilson be jailed for the murder of Michael Brown. The poster is made of yellow pieces of paper taped together in the center and stappled to a white poster board.The text is printed in black and reads [Jail / DARREN / WILSON / 4 MURDER / People's Power / Assembly / www.peoplespowerassembly.org / 443-221-3775]. There is a black boarder around the People's Power Assembly's information. The back of the poster is blank.
A handmade cloth banner of white paint on a black cloth. A quote on the banner reads: [When injustice becomes law, resistance becomes a duty]. The banner was used as the backdrop for speakers and activists during an October 2014 Ferguson, Missouri protest rally after the police shooting of Michael Brown.
A t-shirt featuring a graphic on the front that reads "Black / Lives / Matter / In America 2014" over the image of a bullet hole in glass. The back displays several slogans associated with the Black Lives Matter movement: "BlackLivesMatter / In America," "I / CAN'T / BREATHE," "HANDS / UP, DON'T / SHOOT," and "No / Justice / No / Peace." The "Hands up, don't shoot" lettering makes up the torso of a silhouetted figure with hands in the air. Beneath the slogans are the names of African Americans who were killed while unarmed: "MICHAEL BROWN / ERIC GARNER / TAMIR RICE / AKAI GURLEY / TRAYVON MARTIN / AND OTHERS..."
A black T-shirt with white lettering on the front that reads: [This Ain’t / Yo Mama’s / Civil Rights / Movement]. The sleeves and bottom edge of fabric have been cut off. The back of the shirt has white lettering that reads: [Hands Up United]. Underneath the lettering, there are two hands printed in white ink. This T-shirt was worn by Rahiel Tesfamariam during a protest in Saint Louis, Missouri held to commemorate the 1-year anniversary of the police shooting of Michael Brown.