The illustration on this poster depicts a young man selling newspapers. He wears an orange shirt with the sleeves rolled up, and a bandolier across his chest. The muzzle of a weapon is visible over his right shoulder. He holds a folded copy in his left hand and an unfolded copy in his right. The title of the publication reads "The Black Panther/ Black Community News Service/ the Black Panther Party." Next to the title is an image of a man, shown from the neck up, wearing a beret. The image and title are outlined in a heavy black rectangle at the top of the publication. The unfolded news sheet has text in large black letters across the page that read "ALL/ POWER/TO THE/ PEOPLE." In the center margin below the image is a black panther. In the bottom right corner of the margin is text that reads: "Ministry of Information/ Box 2967, Custom House/ San Francisco, CA 94126." In the bottom left corner there is text that reads: "Revolutionary art by / Minister of Culture/ EMORY."
This color print depicts a mother and young child together in a living room. The child is unclothed and stands in front of a seated woman, dressed in a green short sleeve blouse and yellow skirt. She has long earrings and holds a small white garment on her lap. She smiles down at the child, who is holding a miniature rifle in both hands. The room is furnished with a sofa, stool and lamp with matching patterns. In the background, the plaster wall is cracked and peeling. There is a bulls-eye attached to the window. In the bottom left corner of the image is the artist's signature "Emory/ 10-67/ B.P.P.S.D." In the margin below the image is a small black panther. There is text in the bottom right margin “Ministry of Information/ Box 2967, Custom House/ San Francisco, CA 94126". Text on the bottom left margin "Revolutionary art by/ Minister of Culture/ EMORY."