LP of Black Power/Jazz Poetry classic by pianist, singer/songwriter and Black Panther Party leader Elaine Brown. The album contains political songs written by Brown as well as the Black Panther Party National Anthem, "The Meeting." The LP cover art, designed by BPP Minister of Culture, Emory Douglas, features purple and black graphics of a woman with an AK-47 assault rifle and photos of children along the bottom. Bottom left corner shows party member with a flag portrait of "Elaine."
This poster depicts an image of Fred Hampton gesticulating against a larger than life portrait of his head, against a blue and black stripe background. The monumental image wears a dark cap and is shown from the neck up. Radiating from this monumental head are thick blue and black stripes. Two of the black stripes have blue text. The top reads "You can jail a revolutionary/ but you can't jail the/ revolution. You can run a/ freedom fighter around the/ country but you can't run freedom/ fighting around the country. You/ can murder a liberator, / but you can't murder/ liberation." The second quote reads "Fred Hampton Deputy/ Chairman Illinois Chapter/ Black Panther Party/ Born August 30, 1948/ Murdered by Fascist Pigs/ Dec. 4, 1969." In the bottom right corner is an image of Fred Hampton shown from the chest up. Standing in front of a microphone, he wears an open coat and has his right arm raised in a pointing gesture. In the margin below the image in the bottom right corner is a black panther between two blocks of text. The text on the left reads "PHONE NO. / 312/ 243-8776/ 738-0778." Text on the right reads "BLACK PANTHER PARTY/ 2350 W. MADISON ST. / CHICAGO, ILLINOIS."
This brown tone print depicts a person wearing a white button with "FREE HUEY" text. The man wears a brownish grey jacket over a stripe shirt and grey pants with a hole in the right knee. The muzzle of a weapon rises above his right shoulder. Tears fall from his right eye, and he holds a cap, possibly a beret, in his hands. He stands in front of a tall container full of garbage. Garbage is scattered on the ground at his feet. There is a window visible behind the container. At the bottom left corner is the artist's signature "Emory [illegible]." In the margin below the image are two blocks of text and an image of a black panther. The text on the bottom right reads "Ministry of Information/ Box 2967, Custom House/ San Francisco, CA 94126." On the bottom left the text reads "Revolutionary art by/ Minister of Culture/ EMORY."
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."
This print depicts a woman carrying a spear in her left hand and another weapon on her back, the muzzle of which rises above her left shoulder. She wears a mottled green and mauve shirt with an orange scarf around her neck, and large oval earrings. Pink and brown lines radiate from her. In the top right corner is text that reads "Afro-American solidarity/ with the oppressed/ People of the world." In the bottom right corner is the artist signature "Emory '69." In the margin below the image are two blocks of text and in the center is an image of a black panther. On the bottom right the text reads "Ministry of Information/ Box 2967, Custom House/ San Francisco, CA 94126." On the bottom left the text reads "Revolutionary art by/ Minister of Culture/ EMORY."
This print depicts a man wearing a beret holding aloft an automatic rifle. He holds the weapon in his right hand, the sleeve of his right arm rolled up above the elbow. His mouth is open and his eyes are red. Grey and blue lines radiate from the figure. In the bottom left corner is text that reads "Only on the bones/ of the oppressors/ can the people's/ freedom be founded-/only the blood of the/ oppressors can fertilize/ the soil for the people's/ self-rule." By the figure's left should is the artist's signature "Emory '69." In the margin under the image are two blocks of text, and an image of a black panther in the center. On the bottom right the text reads "Ministry of Information/ Box 2967, Custom House/ San Francisco, CA 94126." On the bottom left the text reads "Revolutionary art by/ Minister of Culture/ EMORY."