A Young Lords Party poster. The poster has a black background with white text and a graphic of four purple automatic rifles. Across the top center of the poster, white text reads: [Young Lords Party]. Below the text, the four purple automatic rifles are pictured in a vertical stack. The rifles are oriented horizontally and each rifle has text, in white, across the forestock reading [Health] on the top rifle, [Food] on the second, [Housing] on the third, and [Education] on the bottom. The word [Struggle] is featured in gray text on the magazine of each rifle. In the top right corner of the poster is a logo for the Young Lords Party. The logo is a circle with the Puerto Rican flag in the background and an automatic rifle at center. The letters [YLP] are across the bottom of the logo. The back of the poster is blank.
A copy of Palante newspaper, volume 2, number 16 with an orange, black, and white illustration on the front cover. The illustration depicts a police officer with the head of a pig, standing behind three graves. The graves have headstones with names listed from left to right [ANNiBAL / DAViLA/R. LAVON/MOORE / JULiO / ROLDAN]. In front of the graves is an open fourth grave in the lower right corner. The headstone for the fourth grave features large question mark. In the background is an exterior wall with a window behind the proper right shoulder of the police man. A man is seen with an arm raised outside the barred window, yelling. In the upper right quadrant is a pair of doors. At the top of front is the masthead, outlined in black, black type reads: [PALANTE / 25 / cents / LATIN REVOLUTIONARY NEWS SERVICE / YOUNG LORDS PARTY]. The masthead features a silhouette of the logo of the Young Lords Party on the right side. The logo includes the text: [TENGO PUERTO RICO / EN MI / CORAZON / YLP].The bottom of the front is a rectangle listing the volume and number, featured article titles, and date. The paper consists of twenty-three pages in both English and Spanish.
A copy of Palante newspaper, volume 4, number 24. One half of the paper reads one way and is all in Spanish, the other reads in the opposite direction and is in all English. The middle page, a layout of all different photographs with a Spanish and English caption that reads: [Nixon You Liar, Sign The Ceasefire!]. One of the covers features a photograph of protestors. In the middle of the crowd is a banner with hand-painted text in Spanish. Above the photograph, in the upper half of the page, is large block type that reads: [PEACE IN VIETNAM OR / MORE OF NIXON'S LIES? / (SEE page 2) / At Home / (SEE PAGE 3) / Thousands Marched on Nov. 4]. At the top is the masthead, outlined in black, with black type that reads: [Puerto Rican Revolutionary Workers Organization / PALANTE / 25 / cents / (YOUNG LORDS PARTY) / Vol. 4 No. 24 New York Nov. 8 - Nov. 21, 1972 Bi-Monthly]. The masthead features a silhouette of the Young Lords Party logo on the left side. The logo includes type that reads: [TENGO PUERTO RICO / EN MI / CORAZON / YLP]. The bottom is a rectangle listing the volume and number, featured article titles, publisher information and postage. The interior consists of twenty-three pages.
A black and white photograph of the funeral of Julio Roldán. The open casket is featured in the lower right quadrant. A Puerto Rican flag covers the casket. In front of the casket are men armed with rifles. Two men stand in between the men with rifles in front of the casket. In the upper left quadrant of the photograph are rows of pews filled with people. The back of the photograph has an inscription that gives the photograph's date, brief description, and photographer.
A black and white photograph of Denise Oliver, the first female member of Young Lords Party Central Committee. Oliver stands above two unidentified men and holds a document in front of her with her left hand. One of the unidentified men is holding a flag. Buildings and fire escapes are visible in the background of the photograph. The back of the photograph is blank.