A flier advertising a rap battle at the P.A.L at 183 Street and Webster Avenue in the Bronx, New York City, on May 11, 1979, designed by Buddy Esquire (Lenoin Thompson III). The flier is a vertical sheet of paper fully covered with letterblock text inside a think black border: [WE'VE COME TOGETHER... / RIGHT NOW... / AT THE [underlined] / P.A.L / 182 ST & WEBSTER AVE / WITH / THE Brothers Disco .Sisters Disco. [sideways] / D.J. BREAKOUT D.J. BARON / THE FUNKY 4 M.C.S / Sha.Rock Keith.Keith / Rahiem K.K. Rockwell / THE GRANDMASTER FLASH / AND THE RETURN OF THE... / FURIOUS IV [large font] M.C.s / .Mele.Mel Kid Creole / Keith.Keith Mr. Ness. / SPECIAL PEOPLE OF THE NITE.... / FRI, MAY 11, 1979/ 9 PM - UNTIL / HE $4.00 SHE $3.00 .. / A JAZZY DEE PRODUCTION... / 41.55.29 & 36 Buses to Webster Ave. / Buddy ESQ [illegible] L.M.F. [sideways] TO MICHELE ] The verso of the flier is blank.
Double-sided poster or flier advertising the 1972 Black Community Survival Conference with promotion provided by the Black Panther Party's Angela Davis People's Free Food Program. Printed in black and red on white paper. Each side features black & white photographs, black & red text and has [10,000 FREE BAGS OF / GROCERIES / (WITH CHICKENS / IN EVERY BAG)] at the top. One side features photographs of Angela Davis, Bobby Seale, Ron Dellums, and Ericka Huggins. It includes a list of conference speakers and a blank registration form. The other side features images of Ira Simmons, D'Army Bailey, Julian Bond, Rev. Charles Koen, Father Earl Neil, and The Persuasions (three images). Also pictured is a woman administering a medical test to two young boys next to the text [10,000 FREE / SICKLE CELL / ANEMIA TESTS / TO BE GIVEN / AT CONFERENCE].