Black and white flyer with a large image of two hands clasped. The hand on the left has a jean cuff in the lower left quadrant of the image. The hand on the right has a suit jacket cuff with a white dress shirt cuff underneath seen in the lower right quadrant of the image. At the top, in gray, is text [The Brother needs you]. In the lower right corner is a small gray box bordered in white with black text centered inside [STUDENT NONVIOLENT COORDINATING COMMITTEE/SNCC/2208 14th St. N.W., Washington, D. C. 387-7445].
A black and white flier advertising the show "My Old Friends" performed at the American Jewish Theater in New York City. The flier features three photographs (from left to right) of Imogene Coca, Peter Walker, and Maxine Sullivan. Under the photographs black ink lists information about the show including the title, original creators, director, additional cast members, and a quote from the New York Times. The back is blank.
A flyer for a benefit hosted by the African-American Resource Machine advertising a presentation by Eldridge Cleaver. The flyer is mostly off-white with a black silhouette of a man dominating the center left side of the flyer. The top and bottom of the flyer have thick black bands with the name [ELDRIDGE] and [CLEAVER] writing in negative space, off-white text. There is a small red design in the black band in the top right corner. Printed vertically and along the right edge, and horizontally along the bottom edge, is repeating black text that reads [African-American Resource Machine]. Next to the silhouette, at the center right, is the benefit information printed in black text that reads [Saturday, / April 14 / Artist's Television Access 2pm / 992 Valencia St. / San Francisco / 824-3890 / BENEFIT: A A R M]. The ticket price is printed in black vertical text next to Cleaver’s last name, [$18]. There is a quote by Cleaver printed in negative space, off-white text over the shoulders of the silhouetted figure that reads: “The system is evil. It is criminal; it is / murderous. And it is in control. It is in / power. It is arrogant. It is crazy. And / it looks upon the people as its proper- / ty. So much so that cops, who are pub- / lic servants, feel justified in going onto / a school campus, and spraying Mace in / the faces of the people.” The back of the flyer is blank with two handwritten pencil inscriptions in the top left corner.